R. Mark Bibler, Partner

R. Mark Bibler

Partner

rmbibler@daggerlaw.com


A Trusted Advisor

Mr. Bibler’s law career has spanned over three decades, having started his career at Dagger law back in 1984. His past work highlights have included a number of successful multi-million dollar transactions which were completed on behalf of his clients. Today, his practice is focused on the following legal areas:

Mr. Bibler’s loyal clients depend on his deep understanding of the law, and tax code, earned over 35 years of legal practice in Ohio. He helps guide clients in businesses planning, estate planning, and the complex tax law strategies that can be applied to help businesses and families as they work to protect their assets for future generations. 

Currently, appointments with Mr. Bibler can only be arranged in our Lancaster office location

Professional Affiliations

Mr. Bibler is a member of:

A Lifelong Commitment to Community

Born and raised in Lancaster, Ohio, Mr. Bibler continues to actively support his Fairfield County community through service work. He is currently serving as Secretary of the Lancaster Board of Parks Commissioners, which is a position that he has held for many years.

Throughout his time at Dagger Law he has served on a number of boards of trustees, which include:

  • The American Red Cross
  • Fairfield Industries
  • Fairfield County Division of the American Heart Association
  • Lancaster Kiwanis
  • United Way of Fairfield County
  • The Fairfield County Foundation
  • The Lancaster Parks Department

Education

Mr. Bibler graduated summa cum laude from The Ohio State University with a business degree and, in 1981, he received his Juris doctor degree, with honors, from the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant, though his license is currently inactive.

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