Reminger Co., LPA is proud to announce that Adam M. Fried has been honored as "Best Lawyers® 2018 Lawyer of the Year” for Litigation - Trusts and Estates, Cleveland.
Adam received the recognition from Best Lawyers in America, a respected legal publication that selects its outstanding attorneys by conducting peer-review surveys in which thousands of leading lawyers confidentially evaluate their peers.
Lawyers honored as "Lawyers of the Year" have received particularly high ratings in these surveys by earning a high level of respect among their peers for their professionalism, ability and integrity. Only a single lawyer in each specialty in each community is honored as the “Lawyer of the Year".
As a shareholder in the estate, trust, and probate litigation practice group at Reminger, Adam focuses his practice on matters of estate, trust, probate and guardianship controversy. Whether he is retained to pursue or defend a will contest, a trust dispute, or to challenge the activities of a trustee, executor or guardian, he has garnered a reputation for developing and implementing effective litigation tactics and a common-sense approach to resolution.
This is the second time that Adam has been selected as “Best Lawyers” Lawyer of the Year, Cleveland, for Trusts and Estates Litigation, having previously been bestowed this honor in 2015. Adam has been listed in Best Lawyers of America since 2009 for Elder Law and Litigation - Trusts and Estates. Adam has been honored as an Ohio Super Lawyer since 2012. He was peer reviewed by Martindale-Hubbell® and given an AV Preeminent® rating.
Adam has been elected a fellow to the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and has authored and lectured nationally on issues pertaining to client decision making, legal capacity, the exercise of undue influence and financial exploitation of the elderly. He also taught the wills and trust and estate course at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
Adam is involved in the community, having served as the chairperson for the Consortium Against Adult Abuse, a five-county taskforce charged with developing plans, strategies, and education to help the community prevent against abuse, financial exploitation and neglect of the elderly. By appointment of the Cuyahoga County Probate Court, he also served on the steering committee to create an I-Team consisting of multiple professional disciplines whose role is to troubleshoot complicated cases relating to the plight of at-risk adults. He is the immediate past president of the William K. Thomas Chapter of the American Inns of Court and is also a member of the Ohio State Bar Association Estate Planning Trust and Probate Section Council where he is actively involved in legislative efforts relevant to the law of probate, estates, trusts, and guardianships.
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- Changes to Ohio’s Rules of Civil Procedure Effective July 1, 2020
- Mediation: An Alternative Approach to Estate and Trust Controversies in the Time of Coronavirus
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- Ohio’s Response to COVID-19 Impacting Probate/Trust Law and the Courts
- Estate Planning in Light of Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- In re Estate of Shaffer – Does the Voiding Statute Apply to Non-Conforming Wills?
- Adam M. Fried Scheduled to Speak at 2020 The Ohio American College of Trust and Estate Counsel Fellow Meeting
- Timothy Gallagher and Paul Shugar Author Article for January/February 2020 Issue of Probate Law Journal of Ohio
- Attorney Ethics Investigation Uncovers Financial Abuse