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Wilber & Wilber - Port Clinton, OH

211 East 2nd Street Port Clinton, OH 43452

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Updated: 03/23/2020

Port Clinton Probate and Estate Administration Law Firm

Overview

The law firm of Wilber and Wilber in Port Clinton, Ohio, is led by me, attorney George C. Wilber, a Port Clinton native. I have more than 25 years of experience providing high-quality legal advice primarily in the areas of estate planning, business and commercial law, real estate law and municipal law.

Estate planning: The clients I represent for probate administration, wills and trusts come from all walks of life, from retired manufacturing workers, to marina owners, to ferry company entreprene ...

About Wilber & Wilber

Practice Areas

  • Probate and Estate Administration

Litigation

  • 40%

Published Works

  • Local Government/Municipal Law
  • Real Estate and Land Use Law
  • Business and Commercial Law
  • Probate Administration
  • Estate Planning

Representative Clients

  • D & G Focht Construction Company
  • Foxhaven Marina, Inc.
  • Bolte Real Estate Insurance Agency, Inc.
  • Happy Days Boating Company
  • Island Resorts, Inc.

References

  • Huntington National Bank, Port Clinton, Ohio

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Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

211 East 2nd Street Port Clinton, OH 43452

Fax

  • 419-734-5318

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