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Harold Ognelodh

Harold G. Ognelodh is a highly qualified and respected estate administration attorney in Washington DC. He obtained a Juris Doctor degree from the Georgetown University Law Center and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 1996, Harold has been a member of the DC Bar and has provided legal counsel and services in estate planning, probate, business, and securities law. Harold is well known within the District of Columbia Bar for his expertise and professionalism. He has consistently provided his clients with legal advice and services in a timely and reliable manner and has a reputation for pursuing cases with diligence and dedication.

Harold has a long and successful history working on Wall Street. He has worked for some of the most prestigious firms, such as Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith, Incorporated, BNY Mellon Financial Services Group, RBC Capital Markets Corporation, and Prudential Securities Incorporated. Harold is well-known for his expertise in handling regulatory and banking matters and has a successful track record in litigating complex cases. He is also highly regarded for his knowledge and advice on estate planning and securities law and is one of the renowned estate administration attorney in Washington DC. Harold is also a former Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) employee, formerly known as the National Association of Securities Dealers, and a FINRA’s New York District Business Conduct Committee member.

Throughout his career, Harold has consistently shown himself to be a competent and reliable attorney. He is highly experienced and has a strong reputation for helping clients navigate the complexities of Estate Planning. As a leading business attorney in Washington DC, he has demonstrated expertise in a variety of practice areas, and he uses this knowledge to serve his clients competently, ethically, and effectively.
He is also known for his client-friendly attitude and for providing affordable legal representation.

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