Rumls PLC Merges into Graydon


Graydon is pleased to announce that Rumls PLC is merging into Graydon.

C. Carter Ruml and Sara Elrod Ruml will be joining Graydon as part of this merger.

“Graydon was founded over 150 years ago as a law firm with a thriving trust and estates practice. The addition of Carter and Sara to the well-respected Personal Client Services Group at Graydon continues our long tradition of implementing innovative strategies for business owners and families who seek to preserve and protect their wealth for future generations,” said Mike Debbeler, Chair of the Firm’s Executive Committee.

“Rumls’ combination with Graydon responds to our clients’ needs by bringing the right kind of scale - the colleagues, support staff, and infrastructure to keep advancing our mission, which remains the same as ever: to help clients use their wealth to strengthen and sustain the people and causes they care about most,” said Carter Ruml.

Carter’s professional focus for over 17 years has been the trust, estate, business, tax and financial planning issues facing private clients and closely held business owners.  His practice focuses on estate planning, estate administration, charitable planning, and other needs of private clients and fiduciaries. Carter earned his J.D. from Stanford Law School and A.B. from Princeton University. Carter is licensed to practice in Kentucky, Florida, Vermont, and pending admission in Ohio. He is a Fellow of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC).

Sara’s practice focuses on creating creating estate planning solutions tailored to her clients’ needs. She also works extensively on probate and trust administration issues, working closely with private and corporate executors and trustees. Sara earned her JD from the University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law and A.B. in History from Duke University. Sara is licensed to practice in Ohio and Kentucky.

Learn more about Graydon's Estate Planning Group here.


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