Call or email Nick Ashcraft today for an appointment.
Conveniently located in downtown Milford at:
228 Mill Street
Milford, Ohio 45150
Nick graduated summa cum laude and second in his law school class, and scored in the 99th percentile out of approximately 1,300 test takers on the July 2014 Ohio Bar Exam. In law school, Nick was privileged to spend two years clerking for the Honorable Melba D. Marsh in the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas, where he saw the legal system at work and made a number of important personal and professional connections. Upon graduation, Nick entered the corporate world, working as a Senior Corporate Counsel for a Fortune 200 Company, and as Corporate Secretary for a subsidiary entity.
With significant experience working as a lead attorney on numerous sizable commercial agreements in the Financial Services and FinTech industries, Nick has developed excellent negotiation and drafting skills, and is comfortable negotiating and preparing a wide-range of commercial documents for businesses and individuals. In addition to traditional commercial work, Nick has meaningful experience handling disputes involving businesses, individuals, HOAs, and property owners, and has successfully used his drafting and negotiation skills to help clients with their property and estate planning needs as well as with criminal matters (DUIs).
Nick grew up in Milford, Ohio, and has never left the Cincinnati area. As evidenced by the pictures on this site, being local is important to Nick. He currently resides in Loveland, Ohio with his wife and two sons, and has spent all of his life within a proverbial stone’s throw of the Little Miami River and the Loveland Bike Trail. After graduating from McNicholas High School, Nick studied English Literature at Xavier University at the undergraduate and graduate levels, before earning his Doctor of Law from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University. Nick is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Ohio, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.