Eric has been with Arenstein & Andersen Co., LPA full-time since 2013 and became a shareholder in 2019. He has more than eleven years of experience representing clients in estate in probate, estate and trust administration, estate planning, business, real estate, and litigation matters. Eric has been selected as an Ohio Rising Star in Ohio Super Lawyers Magazine each year from 2015 through the present. He has a strong passion for helping people with their legal matters and strives to provide all his clients with the personalized service they deserve.  From 2010 to 2013, Eric was of counsel to Arenstein & Andersen. During this same period, Eric was the supervising attorney of the Capital University Law School Small Business Clinic where he assisted clients with the formation of for-profit businesses and nonprofit organizations and taught students about the practical aspects of representing small business clients by supervising their work on the clients’ matters. Eric spends most of his free time with his two children, Marin and Davis.



B.A., summa cum laude, Political Science, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio (2004)
J.D., summa cum laude, Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio (2007)


Supreme Court of the State of Ohio
United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio
United States Tax Court


Leadership Academy (2008)

Bar Memberships

Columbus Bar Association

Pro Bono/Volunteer Activities

Ohio Attorney General/Legal Aid Society of Columbus Pro Bono Wills Program (2013)

  • Prepared manual and taught Continuing Legal Education course to train assistant attorneys general to provide basic estate planning services to low income senior citizens

Paralegal Association of Central Ohio (PACO) Wills Clinics (2010 to Present)

  • Instrumental in development of pro bono program that provides simple estate planning services to elderly persons in need
  • Taught and prepared materials for Continuing Legal Education course on basic estate planning to train volunteer attorneys and paralegals for participation in the Wills Clinics for three consecutive years

Franklin County Probate Court and Columbus Bar Association’s Estate Planning for First Responders Project (2008)

  • Prepared estate plans for police officers and their families