Legal Articles, Estate

You may need more than just a will in your estate plan

For many people, creating a simple will is enough to manage their affairs.

Why New Parents Need an Estate Plan

Why New Parents Need an Estate Plan

Family Business: Preserving Your Legacy for Generations to Come

Family Business: Preserving Your Legacy for Generations to Come

A Deeper Look at Legacy

A Deeper Look at Legacy

Estate Planning for the Chronically Ill

Estate Planning for the Chronically Ill

Using Your Retirement Funds to Create a Lasting Legacy

Using Your Retirement Funds to Create a Lasting Legacy

Wills vs. Living Wills

What is a Living Will? Is it the same as a “Will” and why do I need them?

The Ohio Legacy Trust Act

On March 27, 2013 the new Ohio Legacy Trust Act took effect in the State of Ohio. This Act provides for a new type of Legacy Trust, which allows an unprecedented level of asset protection within the State of Ohio.

FIRST PARTY SPECIAL NEEDS TRUSTS – WHAT EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT BUT NOT EVERYONE UNDERSTANDS WELL.

What is this “trust” that everyone mentions as a well know but mysterious magic wand?

YOUR FACEBOOK, TWITTER, & EMAIL ACCOUNTS, TO NAME A FEW. DO YOU NEED PLANNING FOR DIGITAL ASSESTS?

Who do you want to have access to your digital footprint after you are gone?

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