Kenneth J. Laino, a partner in the Cleveland law firm of Schneider, Smeltz, Ranney & LaFond P.L.L. (SSR&L), announces the launch of his new asset protection blog. The blog is designed to help individuals and businesses take advantage of asset protection laws. To access the new blog, please visit www.assetprotectionlawjournal.com, or just search for asset protection law journal.
Ken Laino graduated from John Carroll University, summa cum laude, in 1975, and he received his law degree from The University of Michigan Law School in 1978. Kens expertise in asset protection planning developed in response to the needs and concerns of many of his clients. Both individuals and business clients have become increasingly concerned about potential losses from catastrophic lawsuits, as well as losses due to general economic conditions. Kens experience with business entities and transactions, trusts, real estate and business litigation enables him to provide valuable counsel with respect to asset protection strategies. Ken is a member of the Asset Protection Planning Committee of the American Bar Association. He is licensed to practice law in Florida and New York as well as Ohio. He has been at SSR&L since 2001.
Established in 1895, SSR&L is one of Clevelands oldest law firms. Its primary areas of practice are asset protection planning, business law, business succession planning, estate planning, estate and trust administration, charitable planning, family law, employment law, litigation, real estate, taxation and health care law. SSR&Ls clients include closely-held businesses, private family foundations, nonprofit organizations, and families concerned with wealth preservation, wealth transfer, and tax planning issues.
For more information about SSR&L, visit www.ssrl.comor /law-firms/schneider-smeltz-ranney-lafond-pll-cleveland-ohio-oh.htm.