Home

Dinsmore Adds Kevin Ghassomian
Download PDF

The law firm of Dinsmore has announced that estate planning attorney Kevin Ghassomian has joined the firm in its Corporate Department and Family Wealth Planning Practice Group. He is also a civic leader. The practiceof Ghassomian is centered on corporate executives, business owners, high net worth individuals and families.

Ghassomian used to work in the headquarters of a global investment firm based in New York City. While there, he was counsel for a multinational client base regarding wealth management for foreign and domestic trust planning to go along with asset allocation strategies, according to a press release from the firm.

  
What
Where


Ghassomian is also a civic leader in the city of Cincinnati. He formerly worked as a co-chair of Agenda 360. Agenda 360 is an initiative for socioeconomic development that relied on hundreds of volunteers and government officials, nonprofit organizations and business officials from the region. Aside from Agenda 360, Ghassomian also is a co-founder of the Bacchanalian Society. The charity if a fundraising group that has 10,000 wine enthusiasts in Greater Cincinnati and other chapters across the country. Ghassomian aided in the founding of the Cincinnati Paralegal Association’s “Wills For Heroes” initiative. This program offers pro bono legal work for first responders.

Ghassomian acquired his LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Miami School of Law. He earned his J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School. He also has a B.A. from the University of Kentucky.

Get JD Journal in Your Mail

Subscribe to our FREE daily news alerts and get the latest updates on the most happening events in the legal, business, and celebrity world. You also get your daily dose of humor and entertainment!!




 

Most Popular

Legal Career Resources

July 26, 2016 Making Partner Is No Party

Summary: Once an attorney makes partner, their job does not become a big party like some associates seem to think when starting out. Read 21 Reasons Why Being a Large Law Firm Partner Is More Difficult Than Being an Associate […]

read more

SEARCH IN ARCHIVE

To Top