AR&H Welcomes Stanton H. Vollman, Esq.


Stanton H. Vollman, Esq. brings over 50 years of experience practicing law, specializing in the areas of estate planning, probate, family businesses and federal and state taxation. His background in accounting is an additional asset to clients in helping them manage their businesses. He recently joined Aronoff, Rosen & Hunt as an attorney specializing in estate planning, probate and taxation.

Stanton joins the firm along with his son Jeffrey Vollman, a unique opportunity that benefits AR&H clients, according to Managing Partner Richard A. Paolo.

“Both Stanton and Jeff bring extensive legal and accounting experience. They expand our legal capabilities by providing tax compliance for corporations and individuals,” says Paolo. “The Vollman family are also active volunteers in the Cincinnati community, and we’re delighted to have them as part of the AR&H team.”

A Cincinnati native, Stanton grew up in Bond Hill and graduated from St. Xavier High School. He received his undergraduate degree in accounting from Xavier University and his Juris Doctorate degree from the Salmon P. Chase Law School of Northern Kentucky.

When he isn’t actively assisting his law practice clients, he is busy serving the Cincinnati community through various philanthropic and professional organizations, beginning with the Cincinnati Chapter of the American Red Cross. His devotion to the organization began when he worked summers as a lifeguard and water safety instructor while in school. He was given the opportunity to see the relief efforts of Red Cross when he served as the overnight manager in charge of a flood disaster shelter.

As time went on, his commitment to the organization continued to grow as he become the original head of the investment committee, as well as serving in a variety of other roles including: assistant treasurer, board member, chapter historian, and member of the Great Lakes State Regional Council, National Investment Committee and National Resolutions Committee.

He was awarded the prestigious Clara Barton Honor Award, named after the trailblazing Civil War nurse who founded the American Red Cross. The award is the highest honor bestowed on volunteers, recognizing meritorious service in leadership positions held over a period of years.

His dedication to the Red Cross was recognized a final time when he was awarded the 50 years of service pin, as well as a lifetime membership to the Board of Trustees.

Today, Stanton continues to be of service to the Cincinnati community through his roles as treasurer and chairman of the finance committee for ProSeniors, an organization dedicated to helping Ohio’s senior citizens resolve legal and long-term care issues.

Stanton and his wife currently reside in Amberley Village and are the proud grandparents of six.

About AR&H

Originally established in 1928 by Irwin I. Aronoff, the firm’s practice has grown and thrived on a commitment to excellence. Our clients vary from large corporations and financial institutions to charitable and other nonprofit organizations. They include real estate developers, builders, banking institutions and individuals. Aronoff, Rosen & Hunt, LPA strives for comprehensive and cost-effective solutions for all our clients thanks to a team of skilled attorneys and professional support staff.

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