Richard (Dick) Holz concentrates his practice in business organizations, including partnerships and limited liability companies; estate planning, wealth management and probate; taxation; and business succession planning.
He is a frequent lecturer on estate planning, partnerships and federal taxation topics.
Dick has also been engaged by clients to coordinate the planning and administration of estates, ranging from multi-million dollar estates to more moderately sized estates, often involving substantial closely held businesses and varying family dynamics.
Dick has been engaged by clients to handle a variety of complex business and joint venture organizations, acquisitions and dispositions, including the formation of numerous significant commercial real estate developments, the purchase and sale of businesses and the contribution of properties to real estate investment trusts.
Dick graduated from Ohio Northern University with honors in 1982 earning his Bachelor of Science degree. In 1985, he received his juris doctorate from The Ohio State University College of Law and was a member of the Order of the Coif.