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Kaye P Willi

Kaye P Willi

Practice areas:

Tax, Probate, Estate Planning, Trusts, Marriage & Prenuptials

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 1983

  1. Tax: 26%
  2. Probate: 24%
  3. Estate Planning: 21%
  4. Trusts: 19%
  5. Marriage & Prenuptials: 10%


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Contact Info

Willi Law Office, LLC

Kaye P. Willi, Attorney / CPA
167 S. State St., Suite 150
Westerville, OH, 43081



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Avvo Contributions
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Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Certified Specialist - Estate Planning, Trust and Probate LawOhio State Bar Association2003

Association NamePosition NameDuration
Columbus Bar AssociationEstate & Gift Tax CommitteeN/A
Columbus Bar AssociationProbate Law CommitteeN/A
Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants,Tax SectionN/A
Ohio Society of Certified Public AccountantsFinancial Planning SectionN/A
The Catholic FoundationProfessional Advisors GroupN/A
Columbus Estate Planning CouncilN/AN/A
Worthington Estate Planning CouncilN/AN/A
Central Ohio Planned Giving CouncilN/AN/A

Publication NameTitleDate
The Probate Process from A to ZTax Planning and Consequences of Probate2011
Estate Administration Procedures: Why Each Step is ImportantEthical Considerations in Estate Administration2008
Drafting Effective Wills & TrustsBasic Tax Considerations: What you Need to Know in Order to Choose the Appropriate Plan2007
Strategies for Proper Trust CreationRecognizing the Different Types of Trusts2007
Probate Practice: The Essential BasicsEthics in Probate Practice2006
Making the Most of Your Legal Support Staff in Corporate and Real Estate TransactionsEstate and Business Succession Planning: Issues Affecting the Family Business Client2002
Duke Law JournalA Review of Shipowners’ Statutory Duty Under Section 905(b) of the Longshoremen’s and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act: Does Scindia Require a Change in Course?1983

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Duke Law SchoolLawJD - Juris DoctorN/A
Miami University of OhioAccountingBA - Bachelor of Arts in International StudiesN/A
The Ohio State UniversityEconomicsMA - MastersN/A