Estate Planning

Your Children and Naming Backup Guardians

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Protecting your children should be one of the primary goals of your estate plan. This not only includes money and assets for them but also caretakers. Parents must carefully consider whom they want to be guardians for their children if they were to pass away. If parents fail to name alternate guardians in their will, […]

Estate Planning

Estate Planning for Single Parents

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It is crucial for single parents to protect their children through estate planning. Ohio law wasn’t written with the twenty-first century in mind. Therefore, single parents must be proactive to ensure that their desires are met. However, parents can provide the protections they desire for their children with proper estate planning. Assembling Core Documents The […]

Probate

Handling Lost Wills

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Wills tell people where property should go when someone passes away. Unfortunately, wills become lost. People can misplace them. Fires can destroy them. In some instances, other people may take them because they do not like what they contain. Fortunately, Ohio law permits courts to admit lost wills or destroyed wills. Parties must convince probate […]