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Guardianship of Incompetent Adults: State Contests Guardianship by Nephew with Aim of “Protecting” Uncle's Assets

Protecting assets against loss to unforeseen medical situations or interference by government agencies is an important step of the estate planning process. Proper estate planning early on can eliminate most forms of loss and minimize others. Read More
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Guardianship of a Minor in Ohio: How They Work, When They Apply, and What Happens When They're Contested

Where guardianship of a minor is involved, it is best to be represented by an experienced estate planning and probate attorney. They can assist with the application for guardianship or objection to the appointment of a person or entity as guardian. Read More
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Power of Attorney vs. Legal Guardianship: What’s the Difference?

While power of attorney and legal guardianship can perform similar functions in some cases, they are vastly difference in terms of who is appointed, who does the appointing and how much control the appointed agent or guardian has. Throughout Ohio, pr… Read More
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Setting Legal Guardianship & ensuring Inheritance: Keys to Estate Planning for Young Families

Setting legal guardianship for your children and making sure you leave enough of an inheritance to support your children are the key objectives to estate planning for young families. Life insurance and a revocable living trust are the primary compone… Read More
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