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Zigray Law Office, LLC - Maumee, OH

1755 Indian Wood CircleSuite 400 Maumee, OH 43537

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Updated: 02/09/2020

Maumee Probate Law Firm


The Zigray Law Office, LLC handles probate disputes throughout the State of Ohio. We are a Toledo-Area law firm that handles Ohio Will Contests, Trust Contests, Inheritance Disputes and other types of probate disputes throughout the State of Ohio. We handle the majority of our cases on a "contingency fee" basis.

Daniel F. Zigray is the principal attorney for The Zigray Law Office, LLC. The focus of his law practice for many years has been probate litigation...

About Zigray Law Office, LLC

Practice Areas

  • Probate


  • 100%

Classes and Seminars

  • Course Planner, "Ohio Probate Litigation", Ohio CLE Institute, 2007
  • Lecturer, "Will Contests" and "Ohio Probate Litigation Case Law Update", Ohio CLE Institute, 2007
  • Lecturer, "Probate Litigation Overview", District Five Annual Meeting, 2007
  • Speaker, "Probate Litigation Case Law Update", Toledo Bar Association Probate Committee, Monthly Meetings, 2002 - Present




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1755 Indian Wood CircleSuite 400 Maumee, OH 43537


  • 419-794-7454

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