An Ohio court has accepted the resignation of a veteran Ohio estate planning lawyer who was convicted in late March of three counts of felony theft for misappropriating more than $380,000 from estates of deceased people, according to an ethics opinion and news reports.
Edd Kenneth Wright’s November 2021 request for his resignation was accepted by the Ohio Supreme Court on Monday via a four-page order that laid out a litany of resignation requirements for the 82-year-old attorney.
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