Taft Cincinnati associate Donnie Naiman was recently appointed to two estate planning leadership positions in the Greater Cincinnati community. Naiman was appointed Chair of the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Estate Planning and Probate Practice Group and was elected as a Trustee of the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council (GCPGC).
The CBA’s Estate Planning and Probate Practice Group works to enhance the substantive legal and practical knowledge and the collegiality of estate planning legal professionals. GCPGC aims to increase the quantity and quality of planned gifts in Greater Cincinnati by providing a forum for education, training, and networking to its members.
Since 1885, Taft professionals have been dedicated to serving the community through active participation in volunteer projects, pro bono services, and leadership on various boards of local organizations.
Naiman is an associate in the Private Client and Business Succession Planning practice groups and also assists nonprofit organizations in navigating the stringent requirements for entity formation, tax-exempt status, and state charitable solicitation registration. He earned his MBA from Webster University and his J.D. from The Ohio State Michael E. Moritz College of Law after serving in the military for eight years.