Greg Aler

Greg Aler

Partner

P: 614.798.9800

Greg is one of the founding Partners of AlerStallings. An Ohio native, he was born and raised right off State Route 33 in Bellefontaine, Ohio.  His primary practice is asset protection and estate planning for retired individuals and small businesses.  Particularly, Greg enjoys tackling tax planning for his client’s asset sales, retirement plans and gifting strategies.  His guilty pleasures include, anything with bacon, fantasy adventure novels and buying new fish for his aquarium.  Outside the office, Greg heads for the closest body of water with his scuba gear. When he comes up for air, it is spent with his wife, Fernanda, daughter, Lillian (aka Lilly Bug) and their Old English Sheepdog, Bocephus.

Find me at these locations:
  • Fast Fifty 2015
  • Lillian Aler @ the office
  • AlerStallings Greg Aler Founder
  • Client Consult
  • AlerStallings Greg in Action
  • AlerStallings Greg and Family
  • AlerStallings Greg Aler
  • AlerStallings Greg
  • Tough Mudders of AlerStallings, LLC
  • Estate Plan Consultation
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Education:
  • Miami University, Oxford, OH (B.A. Finance)
  • Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH (J.D. cum laude), Review, Associate Editor, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
Experience:
  • Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, Chicago, IL
  • Kirkland & Eliis LLP, Chicago, IL
Affiliations:
  • Columbus Bar Association
  • Logan County Chamber of Commerce
  • Entrepreneur's Organization
Admissions:
  • Ohio State Bar
  • Illinois State Bar

Greg and his entire team took the time to educate us, offer guidance, and structure a comprehensive plan.

-Matthew & Jaime Simon, Bellefontaine, Ohio

We found AlerStallings to be very organized with a nice step-by-step procedure.  Their explanation of the process was easy to understand.

-Robert & Joanne Antibus, Bluffton, Ohio

How can we fairly distribute personal items at death?

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A few weeks ago, my colleague wrote about whether you need to include your personal belongs in your estate plan. When administering an estate, we often get the practical question, “how can we fairly distribute the personal items among the beneficiaries?”

There are several solutions to this problem.

Option 1: Give each beneficiary a different color …