Welcome to Dungan & LeFevre

Dungan & LeFevre is a legal professional association composed of experienced attorneys with expertise in general trial law, including business and commercial litigation, employment disputes, construction matters, medical malpractice, personal injury and wrongful death.  We also provide expertise focusing on estate planning, business and corporate law, environmental law, criminal law, domestic relations, divorce and family law, bankruptcy law and real estate law. The goal of Dungan & LeFevre is to provide clients with comprehensive legal services in an effective and economical manner.

We know that in these tough economic times, many companies and individuals cannot afford to spend valuable economic resources on time-consuming legal disputes that do not add to the bottom line.  Therefore, Dungan & LeFevre also assists its clients in resolving disputes by providing alternative dispute resolution services, including negotiation, private mediation and arbitration.

Dungan & Lefevre provides clients with personal attention and understanding with the utmost integrity. With offices in Troy, Ohio and Piqua, Ohio we provide services to clients throughout Miami County and West Central Ohio. If you have any questions about how we may help you with your legal needs, please contact us.

McGraw to Speak at Ohio State Bar Association Convention

April 22, 2014

William J. McGraw, III, Partner with Dungan & LeFevre Co., L.P.A. of Troy, is making a continuing legal education presentation to the Ohio State Bar Association Convention in May in Columbus. His presentation will be “Drafting Trusts for Non-Tax Reasons”. The presentation will be made as a part of the ...

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McGraw and Brookshire author article on IRA Beneficiary Designations in light of Ohio Supreme Court Holding

November 7, 2013

           William J McGraw and James Brookshire recently published an article in the Probate Law Journal of Ohio, September/October 2013, Volume 24, Issue 1, West Publishing.  The article was entitled “ARE THE CONTRACTUAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING HOW THE OWNER OF AN IRA DESIGNATES A BENEFICIARY STILL ENFORCEABLE?” LeBlanc Article  ...

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