Patrick Sadowski’s current practice areas include nonprofit organization formation and taxation; estate planning; Medicaid planning; probate, estate and trust administration; estate, trust, gift and income taxation; general business law, including mergers and acquisition and business succession planning; and real estate.
He joined Eastman & Smith’s Findlay office in 2008 and is a member in the Firm’s Business Law and Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Practice Groups.
- University of Toledo, J.D., 2005
- University of Toledo, B.S. (Physics and Mathematics), 2002
- Ohio, 2005
- Florida, 2013
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio, 2005
- Obtain tax-exempt status for, and general representation of, nonprofit entities, such as charter schools, public and private foundations, health care organizations, civic and community organizations, churches and religious organizations, and traditional charitable organizations.
- Represent sellers and purchasers in mergers and acquisitions of various companies and practices, including tax planning, transition planning, and post-closing planning.
- Coordinate with landowners, brokers, economic development groups, and site selectors to structure real estate agreements for large scale industrial developments.
- Assist clients in planning their estates in order to qualify for Medicaid and Veteran’s Administration benefits, mitigating estate taxes and probate costs, and addressing issues surrounding potential remarriage of a surviving spouse, caring for minor children, and asset management and protection for beneficiaries.
- Findlay-Hancock County Bar Association
- The Florida Bar
- Ohio State Bar Association
- American Red Cross, North Central Ohio Region Board of Directors (secretary, past vice chair and past chair)
- Blanchard Valley Health Foundation Planned Giving Council
- Children’s Mentoring Connection of Hancock County Board of Directors (president-elect)
- Findlay-Hancock County Alliance Board of Directors (president)
- Hancock Leadership Class of 2009
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