• Estate Plans for Estates with Property in Several States

    In our modern, highly mobile society, it is not uncommon for individuals to move frequently for personal or professional reasons.…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • What Are the Costs Associated with an Ohio Probate Case?

    Nothing in life is free – and it appears that things are not free once a person dies, either. This…

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    How to Avoid Family Disputes Concerning Your Estate in Ohio

    For those who take the time to picture their own funeral and how they would like to be remembered by…

    by Shannon Dawes
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    How Much Property and Assets Do I Need To Draft a Will in Ohio?

    Many people believe that they do not have enough property or assets to draft a will. In the article, Dawes…

    by Shannon Dawes
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    Ohio Living Trust Frequently Asked Questions

    In this estate planning article provided by Dawes Legal, LLC answers a few commonly asked questions about Ohio living trusts.…

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    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…

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    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…

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    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…

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  • 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…

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  • 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