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“I need a will,
or maybe a living trust.”


Transferring assets – a major step in life. We give to children or charities through wills and living trusts and by other legal means. Estate planning allows us to determine our own futures and the future of our family. People with family members who are physically or mentally challenged consider special needs trusts. We plan in the event we become physically or mentally incapacitated.

Consider just a few of the choices:

  • Revocable and irrevocable trusts
  • Special needs trusts
  • Simple and complex wills
  • Powers of attorney
  • Family limited partnerships
  • Charitable giving

“It’s time for us to separate,
I hope to still be a family.”


Divorce is not easy. It isn’t simple. It should be handled with compassion. There must be a fair division of property. With two separate households comes shared parenting. There are best practices for resolving disputes, when it comes to the emotional cost and the dollar-cost. Many have lost confidence in our court system and many even fear it. These doubts and fears can be minimized. You manage your separation, dissolution or divorce. This approach is client-centered, not law-centered. You decide about mediation or another conciliatory methods to work through a divorce.

Set the stage for life after divorce:

  • Client-centered, not law-centered
  • Mediation or other conciliatory tools
  • Custody modification
  • Post-divorce health and well-being

“What should I do about my
current visa status?”

Immigration laws change. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) continually updates its processing methods.

Processing periods feel too long and are worrisome. For immigrants and non-immigrants alike, the goal is to avoid delays and stay up-to-date with new laws.

Assistance is offered for:

  • Family visas
  • Work visas
  • Visa extensions
  • Naturalization and citizenship
  • Adjustment and change of status
  • Waivers
  • Permanent residence (“green cards”)

About Fioritto Law

Nancy Fioritto is a first generation Italian American born in Cleveland, Ohio.  She is a graduate of the Cleveland Marshall School of Law. In addition, she earned a master of arts degree from St. Michael’s College, Vermont, and a bachelors of science degree in education from Kent State University. Following graduation from law school, Nancy worked for an environmental consulting firm managing contracts with the U.S. Department of Justice. In addition to her legal practice, Nancy is an adjunct instructor for Kaplan University’s Legal Studies masters program.

Since 1995, Nancy has operated a general practice law firm in Northeast Ohio concentrating on the needs of families and small businesses; immigration law; estate and succession planning; and mediation and arbitration.

She maintains close communication with clients and establishes a high degree of trust. She spends the time it takes to represent clients’ interests. Nancy serves clients with dignity and respect for one another, the process, the system, and the law.

Please take a moment to review this website and contact Nancy with your legal needs.

Offro l’assistenza in italiano nel paese e straniero riguardo alle questioni di proprietà, i testamenti, il processo di omologazione, le procure, l’immigrazione, ed i certi affari importa. La ringraziamo per quest’ opportunità.


“To my clients, I offer loyalty, confidentiality, competence, diligence and my best judgment. I shall represent you as I should want to be represented and be worthy of your trust. I shall counsel you with respect to alternative methods to resolve disputes. I shall endeavor to achieve your lawful objectives as expeditiously and economically as possible.”

from A Lawyer’s Creed Issued by the Supreme Court of Ohio

Nancy Fioritto, Esq.

P.O. Box 24387
Cleveland, OH 44124

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