Estate planning is the term used to describe the process of preparing for eventualities such as death or incapacity in more complex cases, sometimes involving trusts, a power of attorney for healthcare or finances, living wills, etc. . It offers numerous benefits, even if you don’t have tangible possessions. These procedures are generally handled by Estate Planning Lawyers.
Your estate planning documents will ensure that your wishes are respected, and your loved ones' interests protected.
Don't let the court decide who will take care of your children, or probate costs cut into their inheritance in ways that could be avoided.
Simple wills and living wills are very common. Our Portage County Estate Planning lawyers help clients with these documents, making sure they are drafted and executed properly to ensure that they are valid.
Estate Planning includes provisions to minimize the legal process by which your property is collected, managed and distributed after a person’s death, which is known as “probate”. Some types of property pass automatically under Ohio law, while other types are required to go through the probate process. The probate process in Ohio is usually longer and more time consuming than most people assume. It helps to plan ahead to avoid some of these problems.
Our Estate Planning lawyers can give you proper guidance, the best legal advice, and draft the documents that will protect your interests while getting your affairs in order.
Our Estate Planning lawyer can help you gain peace of mind by securing these issues. Consulting with an experienced estate planning lawyer is essential. It will ensure that your final wishes regarding your property, your loved ones, and your healthcare options are carried out.
Not all lawyers are created equal. In difficult times, it is vital to select a lawyer who can relate to your situation in a very professional and sensible way.
Our Estate Planning attorney has the experience you need to address all your questions regarding wills trusts and probate, including estate administration. She is a knowledgeable and compassionate lawyer.
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