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How To Choose A Good Lawyer To Oversee Your Last Will And Testament Process?

As the end of life comes closer, many people quickly begin to understand that they are not going to survive forever. Eventually, there comes a day when the flame of life gets put out, but it is important to ensure that near and dear ones can get their share of your property. 291 more words

Last Will And Testament

When to say goodbye to pets

A sizable portion (surprising to some) of my law practice is pet estate planning.  Whether it’s preparing a will and designating someone in it to care for your pet if you die, or creating a pet trust for your pet (recommended), or adding provisions to an existing will or trust, people see pets as family and… 245 more words

Three Ways Couples Hold Property in Ohio

There are three ways in Ohio that couples can hold property.  Why does it matter?

The form in which you hold property affects how you can transfer the property, what happens to it at your death, what happens if one of two property-holders dies or wants to sell his or her portion.  388 more words


I can only imagine how horrifying it would be to outlive your son or daughter.  It is not supposed to be that way.  It is not nature’s way.  1,529 more words

The Final Days of "Peter" Radisson

First Paragraph of his Last Will and Testament

Looks like I should not have trusted the resources I used yesterday. They state that Pierre’s death and burial were unknown. 137 more words



The meaning of life and death is pondered in groups and for individual departed.  People often try to give the departed a sense of dignity and give comfort to the survivors.  1,354 more words

Diving In: The Last Will and Testament

Picture it: My office within the last couple of years

I cannot remember exactly when, but I had a consult where an adult son accompanied his mother and with full confidence and pride, told me how he had 1) drafted his mother’s Last Will and Testament, 2) signed it as a witness and 3) was also the Executor. 1,593 more words

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