Oserogho & Associates
1 Engineering Close, Suite 206
Victoria Island, Lagos
Tel: +234 1 463-7414
Fax: +234 1 765-5635
Ehijeagbon Ohicheoya Oserogho is the managing Solicitor in the law firm of Oserogho & Associates. He was born in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. He holds an LL.B (Honours) Degree from the University of Benin, Benin City, Edo State and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1989.
Ehijeagbon Ohicheoya Oserogho was for many years the Senior Barrister in the Law firm of Cecilia Okafor & Associates before he joined the law firm of Olajide Oyewole & Co. as a litigation Partner. Ehijeagbon is a member of several professional associations including the Business Section of the International Bar Association and an Associate Member of the Nigerian Chartered Institute of Taxation. Ehijeagbon is a regular contributor of articles and materials on business law to various publishing mediums. His social interest includes reading business development books, soccer and walking.
The Estate & Trust Law Practice:
The practice of creating a Trust, or writing a Will, or engaging in any form of Estate Planning is a developing culture in sub-Saharan Africa. Oserogho & Associates has for many years being providing advisory services in the securing of Trusts Assets and their devolvement as instructed by the Trustor.
Our other associated areas of law practice, especially in the areas of litigation and taxation, provides a qualitative advantage to our clients as they receive a much more robust estate planning advisory service, whether such service is in the area of Trusteeship, Wills or both.
Oserogho & Associates:
Oserogho & Associates is a firm of business Solicitors committed to providing legal services tailored strictly to meet the unique business needs of each individual client. To us, the interest of the client always comes first. Oserogho & Associates prides itself as a leader in providing practical, cost-effective and efficient business legal and tax advisory services.
It believes in partnering with its clients to develop, expand and protect their corporate and personal interests using existing legislations, rules and regulations.