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RUTH P. GEORGE LAW PLLC wants to help people with their financial and personal matters, both during life and upon a loved one passing.


This means helping people set up their estate plans as well as with probate matters when a loved one passes.  These legal matters must be viewed and handled within the context of peoples’ real lives and all that matters to them. 


RUTH P. GEORGE LAW PLLC aims to deliver personal attention to each and every client with care and compassion.


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Ruth P. George, Esq.

RUTH P. GEORGE LAW PLLC focuses on helping you with your most important matters. From preparing your Will and other estate planning documents to transferring assets to a lifetime trust to helping you manage the administration of an estate when a loved one passes, these are important matters that make such a difference for all involved.
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Ruth P. George, Esq. was a professional ballet dancer until an injury ended that journey, so safe to she understands how life can throw curve balls.  We all go through transitions and it's important to plan ahead to navigate through life's challenges.  With estate planning and probate matters, you are affecting what happens to you and your loved ones and can make a huge difference for yourself and the people and entities you care about.
Ruth P. George, Esq. was admitted to the New York State Bar in January 2001, after finishing law school in June, 2000 and worked with a boutique law office focusing on trusts and estates before opening her own office in Williamsville, New York.  Ruth P. George, Esq. received her Juris Doctor from the University at Buffalo School of Law, State University of New York with coursework focusing on tax and finance transactions and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences Interdisciplinary from the University at Buffalo, State University of New York.

Ruth P. George, Esq. has been appointed by judges in Surrogate’s Court and Supreme Court to act as Guardian ad Litem, Court Evaluator and attorney for alleged incapacitated persons and has worked in various committees with New York State Bar Association and the Erie County Bar Association including the Elder Abuse, Guardianship, Taxation, Surrogate’s Court Practice and Procedure and others.

Ruth P. George, Esq. has been a member of the New York State Bar Association Trusts and Estates Law Section as well as the Erie County Bar Practice and Procedure in Surrogate’s Court Committee and other committees.  

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