Keith Stevens brings seven years of experience in estate planning and elder law to Isaac Wiles. He has worked with a broad spectrum of clients in order to avoid probate, save estate and capital gains tax, preserve assets against long-term care spend down, qualify for Medicaid and veterans’ benefits, and provide a protected inheritance for disabled or spendthrift beneficiaries.
In his years of practice, Keith has shepherded dozens of families through complicated and confusing public benefits processes, and helped to protect millions of dollars from being lost to the costs of long-term care. Of course, when a loved one is ill or passes, numbers are never the most important thing, and Keith brings reassuring compassion to his planning. In such a stressful time, he knows that it is necessary to show understanding and solicitude.
Keith received his juris doctor from Capital University Law School. Prior to settling down in central Ohio, he also lived in Iowa, Minnesota and Texas. While an undergraduate at The Robert E. Cook Honors College at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, he studied abroad at Háskóli Íslands in Reykjavík, Iceland. In law school, he received the CALI Award for Appellate Advocacy and was a member both of Moot Court and Law Review. He externed with the Franklin County Probate Court, and successfully helped dispose of several cases on motion as a law clerk for Cincinnati Insurance Company.