Attorney Profiles

Brian M. Wiggins

Attorney / Partner
Licensed in Ohio and Florida

Brian Wiggins is a life-long resident of the Miami Valley. He is a graduate of Greenon High School, the University of Toledo, and the University of Dayton School of Law. Prior to going to law school Brian spent five years in the financial services industry working for some of the nation’s largest insurance and financial services companies. This experience has greatly benefited Brian’s clients.

Brian’s practice focuses on estate planning, probate & trust administration, and business formation & succession planning. He also has a passion for planned charitable giving and advocating for the elderly.

While pursuing his law degree Brian acted as a Staff Writer and Business Editor of the University of Dayton Law Review. He also received awards for obtaining the highest mark in his Contracts, Wills & Trusts, and Constitutional Law courses.

On the personal side, Brian is raising his two boys in Beavercreek. Outside of the office he tries to stay active in the community by participating in service events, such as Wills for Heroes, and in local youth sports. If you happen to see him out and about please don’t hesitate to say hello.

Jonathan A. Hall

Attorney / Partner

Jonathan is from a small town in southern Indiana called Charlestown. He received his B.A. in Public Affairs from Indiana University Bloomington in 2006. After completing his undergraduate studies, Jonathan worked on political campaigns throughout Indiana for three years. He then decided to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming an attorney, and received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Dayton School of Law in 2012.
While pursuing his law degree, Jonathan was a Staff Writer for the University of Dayton Law Review, argued for the school’s Moot Court team, and served as President of his class on the Student Bar Association.

Jonathan is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the State of Indiana, and in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky. His practice focuses on estate planning, business planning, and elder law.

Jonathan stays involved in his community as a “Big Brother” and Habitat for Humanity volunteer. He and his wife Laura, who he met in law school, live in Lexington with their son, Clay.

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