Jacqueline Ferris MacLaren serves Columbus and the central Ohio residents with estate planning, estate and probate administration, wills and trusts, equine law, small business law and real estate property law.


Jacqueline began her legal career at the Franklin County Municipal Court as a law clerk.  At the Franklin County Municipal Court, Jacqueline worked closely with the magistrates and judges while researching and drafting opinions on legal issues before the court.  After her time at the court, Jacqueline moved to the law firm of Onda, LaBuhn, Rankin and Boggs Co., LPA.  It was at OLRB where Jacqueline focused her practice on estate planning and estate administration.  Jacqueline enjoys working with families and educating individuals on the estate planning process.

Jacqueline Ferris MacLaren

Admitted to practice: Supreme Court of Ohio and US Tax Court


Ohio State Bar Association
New Albany Chamber of Commerce, past member on Board of Trustees
New Albany Women’s Network, currently serving as Professional’s Night Out Chair

Jacqueline’s personal time is spent with her family and horses.  Jacqueline was born and raised with Arabian horses and continues to actively participate on the local, regional and national level with the Arabian Horse Association and the National Show Horse Registry.  Jacqueline’s career highlight to-date came in 2009, when she and her Half-Arabian gelding, Great Days of Honor, went U.S. Arabian and Half-Arabian National Champion in Half-Arabian Hunter Pleasure Maturity Horse.   In addition to showing, Jacqueline and her family continue to breed and raise Arabian and Half-Arabian horses in Johnstown, Ohio.  The MacLaren Law LLC office is located in beautiful New Albany, Ohio.