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  • Ohio Trusts Attorney

    How Does Undue Influence Effect in Estate Administration in Ohio?

    It is devastating to lose a loved one, and it’s especially devastating to discover that your loved one left their…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Columbus Ohio estate planning attorney

    What is the Difference Between Primary and Secondary Beneficiaries in Ohio?

    It’s common to think that estate planning it’s just deciding whether you need a trust or will. However, estate planning…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Valuation of Assets within an Estate Plan

    How to Handle Prized Personal Possessions with Your Ohio Estate Plan

    In drafting an effective estate plan, most people think and consider how they wish to distribute important assets such as…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Factors Ohio Family Law Judges Consider When Fashioning “Dog Custody” Orders

    What are the Consequences For Not Paying Court-Ordered Child Support in Ohio

    When parents divorce or separate in the state of Ohio, one of the parents will ultimately be responsible for making…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • How Do You File a Claim Against an Estate in Ohio?

    In many cases, there are those who feel that they have a claim against a decedent’s estate. Many times, family…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • The Conciliation Process in an Ohio Divorce

    Unmasking Hidden Assets in an Ohio Divorce Cases

    Under Ohio Family Law, the courts consider the resolution of financial issues in an Ohio divorce to have a significant…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Consider an Estate Plan

    Can You “Will” Digital Assets to a Beneficiary in Ohio

    In most cases, people unwittingly exclude many types of assets when creating an estate plan in Ohio. Modern technology has…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Ohio Irrevocable Trusts

    The Advantages of an Establishing an Irrevocable Trust in Ohio

    Depending upon your lifestyle and financial needs, you may have considered creating an irrevocable trust.  These can serve as an…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Ohio Irrevocable Trusts

    Difference Between Primary and Secondary Beneficiaries – And Why It Matters in Ohio

    Estate planning is more than simply deciding if you need a will or a trust. Instead, it is a comprehensive…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Divorce and dissolution under Ohio law.

    What To Do About Personally Possessions in Your Estate Plan in Ohio

    Estate planning can do far more than ensure that one’s home, investments, and other “big ticket” assets are disposed of…

    by Shannon Dawes