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Category Archives: Wills and Estate

Estate Planning Basics

It is a myth that estate planning is only for the wealthy. If you have a family or own property, you need an estate plan to ensure that your wishes are fulfilled. Thoughtful estate planning can help you provide for your family’s well-being and arrange for the most efficient use of your hard-earned assets ― […]

How Important is a Will?

When a person dies without a Will (intestate), this can lead to undesirable consequences. It is important to be aware of these issues and to safeguard your say in who inherits your property by consulting with an attorney to prepare a well-drafted Will.  Establishing a person’s heirs in Ohio  Ohio’s intestate succession laws step in […]

The Basics of Making a Valid Will

Making a Will allows you to make important decisions about how to organize and distribute your assets when you pass away, ensuring that you retain control over your testamentary wishes. For parents, it is crucial to nominate guardians for your minor children in your Will, as well as naming a trusted person to manage their […]

Where Divorce Meets Probate — Some Things to Consider

During the course of the divorce process, there are an overwhelming number of issues to resolve. Once the dust has settled — and it does eventually settle — there are some legal issues you must deal with. These include your will and other issues related to your estate plan. Many people either have no will […]

Advanced Directives: Get the Tools You Need

Everyday life lessons teach us that we should expect the unexpected. Although you may not expect to get sick, you can decide in advance which type of medical treatment you want to receive. As a patient, you have the right to make informed decisions about your medical care. In the event that your condition prevents […]

Who Handles the Affairs of Your Estate?

The executor of an Ohio Will has an important role in administering the estate according to the terms of the decedent’s Will. If the testator does not designate an executor, or if the person named in the Will as the executor cannot or refuses to accept the role, then the court will appoint an administrator […]

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