Brittany A. Doggett

Administrative Assistant: Renae Ponds

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Ohio State University, Mortiz College of Law, 2013

Washington College, Bachelor of Arts Summa Cum Laude, 2009

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Supreme Court of Ohio, 2013


Brittany is an Associate in the firm’s Probate and Estate Planning Department.  She has been practicing for over 5 years.
Brittany counsels clients of all ages to assure the clients intentions are clearly understood and carried out correctly.  She understands that each family and their individual circumstances are unique and takes the time to understand each circumstance. Her goal is to provide the best advice from all different perspectives including tax, business, legal and long-term care options.
She effectively advises and administers probate estates for families, easing their stress during highly emotional times.  She prepares Wills and advance directives including Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare, General Durable Powers of Attorney and Living Wills. When families are faced with the need to appoint a guardian for a loved one, Brittany assists the family throughout all guardianship proceedings in Probate Court.
While attending Ohio State University, Brittany also received a Certificate in Dispute Resolution from Moritz College of Law.  In addition, she was a Note & Comment Editor for the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution.

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