Paperless Wills- Should You Use One?

It goes without saying that you should have a will in place to help authorize how you want your property to be distributed after you pass away. But new information shows that you may not need a paper hard copy in order to demonstrate that your will is valid. Some courts in Ohio have already… Read More »

Four Steps to Remember When Putting Together a Will

A will helps to ensure that upon your death your assets will be transferred according to the wishes that you have. In the event that you pass away without a will, your assets will pass down according to the state’s individual laws on intestacy. When putting together a will there are four key things you… Read More »


What Your Will Cannot Accomplish in Ohio

Although the will is a cornerstone of your estate planning, as an Ohio resident it is important to understand that it may not be able to accomplish all of the goals that you have for your estate and future plans. In the majority of cases there are certain kinds of property that you cannot use… Read More »

Can I Change My Will?

Your last will and testament has the effect of sounding final, but you are eligible to update this document as you see fit. It’s important to work with an Ohio estate planning attorney both to craft your original will and to revise it so that you can avoid common mistakes. Working with a lawyer is… Read More »