BRYAN C. PALMER | Counselor at Law

Bryan is an attorney and counselor at law.  He received his B.A. in Psychology cum laude, and his B.A. in Philosophy, cum laude, in 2010 from The Ohio State University.  He earned his J.D. in 2013 from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. 
Bryan joined the firm in 2020 after working of counsel with a local law firm.  Bryan has concentrated his practice in the areas of estate planning, estate settlements, both in the probate of wills and settlement of living trusts and real estate since he was a law student. He enjoys working directly with families to help plan and protect their future and using his experience to guide clients through the estate settlement process and provide comfort during a difficult time.  
Bryan lectures on the probate process and Medicaid application process for the National Business Institute, has published articles regarding special needs trusts, advanced directives, powers of attorney and guardianships for LexisNexis’ Practical Guidance for attorneys, and speaks on Estate Planning and Estate Settlement to professional groups and individuals.   

Outside of the office, Bryan enjoys listening to records, playing and listening to music and running with his dog, Sadie, a Schipperke.


Bryan is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association: Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Section, the Estate Planning Council of Cleveland, the Cleveland-Metropolitan Bar Association: Probate & Trust Law Section and the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys.

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