The Law Firm of Daniel P. Seink Co., Ltd. is committed to providing comprehensive, yet affordable elder law and estate planning services to individuals and families throughout Ohio. The Firm limits its practice to the areas of Ohio Medicaid planning and Medicaid applications, Life Care Planning, Medicaid estate recovery settlement, Medicare, Social Security and Veteran benefits, estate planning and administration, trusts including the Ohio Legacy Trust, trust settlement, wills, probate, retirement tax planning and business succession planning. Over the last twenty years, we have assisted thousands of clients with small to large estates preserve and protect their assets. We have offices in Cleveland (East/West/South), Canton, Mentor, Mansfield, Youngstown, Columbus and Toledo.
Founder and managing partner Daniel P. Seink is certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation, which is the only certification accredited by the American Bar Association and the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Certification of Attorneys as Specialists. Only twenty attorneys in the State of Ohio have obtained the Certification. Mr. Seink devotes his practice primarily to those issues uniquely affecting the elderly, the disabled and their families.
Attorney Seink is the contributing Editor to the Elder Law Handbook published by the Ohio State Bar Association. He is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and serves as a Board Member of the Ohio Chapter of NAELA. He is also a member the Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Section of the Ohio State Bar Association, and is a Sub-Committee Chair of the Elder Law Committee for the OSBA. Daniel volunteers as a speaker for the Alzheimer's Association and is a frequent lecturer to legal, financial, health and tax professionals. An honors graduate of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, and John Carroll University, Mr. Seink also served for three years as a staff attorney for the State of Ohio Court of Appeals.
Mr. Seink is accredited by The Department of Veterans Affairs to prepare, present and prosecute claims for veteran’s benefits.
A free 20 minute phone consultation will determine whether we can assist you with your matter and if a full in-office consultation will be useful. There is a hourly charge for the full in-office consultation. Fees for the in-office consultation can be discussed during the phone conference.