Telephone: 513.985.2500

Email: PJK@PhillipsLawFirm.com

Paul has significant experience working with privately held businesses and the entrepreneurs whose vision and ambition make them go.  Paul can provide you guidance across the entire lifecycle of your business from the start-up phase, through the growth phase, until it is time for you to exit the business by either selling it or transferring it to your children or employees. 

Whether you need guidance as to the proper entity selection, or help negotiating or enforcing contracts and agreements, Paul has the experience and skill to help you achieve your goals.

Some of the more common areas where clients seek assistance include:

  • Business Entity Selection
  • Formation of an LLC, S-Corporation, C-Corporation or Partnership
  • Non-Compete Agreements
  • Negotiation of Contracts, Licensing Agreements and Joint Ventures
  • Enforcement and Defense of legal and contractual disputes
  • Buy-Sell Agreements and Business Succession Planning
  • Mergers and Acquisitions 

Paul believes high quality legal services require personal attention. He will carefully explain all of your options and the effect that they will have on your business. In every case, he will help you understand exactly what you need to know.

For a free initial consultation contact Paul at (513) 985-2500 or send him an email


Paul J. Kellogg

It is never easy when a loved one passes away.  Many times the sadness and grief of losing a loved one can be compounded by the questions and uncertainty of how to wind up your loved ones personal and financial affairs, and ultimately how to arrange for the orderly transfer of your loved one’s assets to the intended recipients. 

Paul Kellogg and the attorneys and staff at Phillips Law Firm, Inc. have the knowledge, experience and compassion to guide your family through this process known as Probate or Estate Administration. The Probate Court is the fundamental vehicle for the transfer of assets. However, trusts, life insurance and retirement accounts that are managed outside of the Probate process also require attention. Meeting deadlines, notifying creditors and beneficiaries, identifying all assets and filing the proper documents with the Probate Court are all key components of the Probate and Estate Administration process.

Whether an estate is small or large, simple or complex, Paul Kellogg and the attorneys at Phillips Law Firm, Inc. can help guide your family through this process in a timely and cost effective manner.  For a free  initial consultation contact Paul at (513) 985-2500 or send him an email.

Paul believes that everyone should plan for the future through effective estate planning. Regardless of the size of your estate or how many assets you own, an estate plan provides many cost-effective and practical benefits while giving you peace of mind. Proper planning for the administration of your estate can also lessen family confusion and conflict during potentially difficult times.

Paul will let know how an estate plan can benefit you and your family. The drafting of a legally sound estate plan will allow you to:

  • Plan for the future of your family
  • Indicate how you wish your assets to be distributed
  • Make your wishes clear about care at the end of your life
  • Minimize taxes and administrative expenses 

Paul will always take the time to listen to your concerns, particularly those surrounding revocable living trusts, tax liabilities, guardianships, powers of attorney and other legal consequences. In every case, he will help you understand exactly what you need to know. 

For a free initial estate planning consultation contact Paul at (513) 985-2500 or send him an email.