Archive for July, 2017

Spotting Caregiver Misconduct After the Death of a Loved One

Unfortunately, there are people in this world that see the vulnerability of an elderly person as an opportunity. Financial exploitation occurs far too often in our society, and – even worse – it’s common for the misconduct to take place at the hands of a person that you trust to care for the victim. Loved […] Read More

Should I be Suspicious About Joint and Pay-on-Death Accounts in Probate?

Most people are generally aware of how wills work under Ohio law: A person appoints an executor to administer assets upon death, and designates certain beneficiaries to receive real and personal property included in the estate. If someone dies without a will, estate assets are distributed to heirs according to the state laws of intestacy. […] Read More