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Estate Planning

Grounds for contesting a will in Ohio

ontesting a will is a common trope in television and movie scripts, but the reality of contesting a will is very different from the way it's typically dramatized. There are only very narrow circumstances where an individual can actually contest a will. The process can...

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How does a trust help me avoid probate?

Estate planning is important for everyone to think about. Having a will in place can help to ensure that assets are handed down to the correct beneficiaries after a person passes away. Ohio residents may want to create trusts alongside a traditional will. What is a...

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Is probate always necessary?

Probate involves the formal process of administering an Ohio resident's estate after the individual passes away. Probate may or may not be necessary, depending upon the circumstances surrounding the person's estate. Not all assets become subject to probate. Some...

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