By: Thomas Law Group On: June 16, 2022 In: Estate Planning Comments: 0

When considering a person’s options for probate avoidance in the state of Ohio, specifically with respect to the transfer of ownership of real property (or real estate), there are a few options to consider. Ohio law allows for two or more persons to own property jointly with rights of...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: February 17, 2022 In: Estate Planning Comments: 0

Do you want to provide for or leave your assets to your grandchild or grandchildren upon your death? This desire is not uncommon. Some people want to provide for their grandchild in place of their deceased child, others want to skip a generation and provide for a grandchild instead...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: October 19, 2021 In: Estate Planning Comments: 0

It is common practice in estate planning for a person to name their adult children as their fiduciaries. Whether that be as an agent or co-agent, to make health care or financial decisions while the person is still living, or as an executor or co-executor, or trustee or co-trustee,...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: July 21, 2021 In: Estate Planning Comments: 0

Like death and taxes, having a personal fiduciary act on our behalf will be necessary for all of us at some point in our lives. Identifying these persons or institutions to act as an agent under power of attorney, executor under a will, or as trustee under a trust...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: May 13, 2021 In: Estate Planning Comments: 0

When a person dies, they typically leave their assets to their descendants, to charity, or to some other person or entity of their choice. While most people would accept such inheritance, what happens if a person does not wish to receive the inheritance? This is called a disclaimer. A...

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