Attorney Kristina M. Rainer obtained her Juris Doctorate from the University of Dayton School of Law (UDSL) and her Bachelor's degree from the University of Dayton in Political Science and Criminal Justice. While attending UDSL, she received CALI awards for her academic achievements in Wills and Trusts, Legal Writing, and Law Practice Management. Throughout her law school career, she showed her dedication to providing legal services to her community, and was acknowledged for her commitment to pro bono work at her graduation ceremony.
Kristina began developing and applying the skills she would later bring to Roberson Law while clerking for the Honorable Magistrate Judge Sharon L. Ovington at the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. During her clerkship, Kristina assisted Judge Ovington in developing and drafting her legal opinions, which was experience that helped Kristina make a transition into litigation when she worked at the Ohio Attorney General's Consumer Protection Section.
Since joining Roberson Law in 2007, Kristina has been showing the same commitment to legal excellence while seriving the needs of her clients in the areas of estate planning, trust, probate law, and elder law. Kristina also assists clients with business formations and incorporations and previously served as an adjunct professor for Sinclair Community College.
As a life long resident of Dayton, Ohio, Kristina has continued to show her commitment to serving her community. She has become actively involved in the Greater Dayton Lawyer's Volunteer Projecthttp://www.gdvlp.org/, a non-profit organization that provides legal services to those who would otherwise be unable to obtain it. She was Co-Chairperson for the 5 For Kids 5k Race and has served as an Associate Board Member of the American Red Cross. Kristina is a member of the Dayton Bar Association, Ohio Bar Association, and Noon Optimist Club. Kristina currently resides in Oakwood with her husband, Joe; their son, Elijah, and daughter, Katherine; and one dog.