What Happens to Children Born After a Will is Executed?

Posted in Probate, Wills & Estates on Tuesday, Feb 16th, 2016

The recommendation to create a will is a fairly common one. It is important to plan for the future and to ensure that family members and close friends are taken care of after one’s death. However, wills are only reflections of the circumstances in which they were created. Life doesn’t stop after a will is […] Read More

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Who Can Execute a Will

Posted in Wills & Estates on Tuesday, Feb 09th, 2016

Many people understand the importance of wills. Wills direct how a deceased person’s property shall be distributed after his or her death. Given the importance of having a will, many people plan to create wills during their lifetimes. However, not everyone consults with a probate attorney to create their will. They may attempt to make […] Read More

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What is Undue Influence?

Posted in Probate Litigation on Tuesday, Feb 02nd, 2016

When a will is executed, especially if it is executed or changed as the testator, the person making the will to provide for his or her estate plans, gets older, his or her family members might be concerned about the possibility that the testator does not understand what he or she is including in the […] Read More

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How Long Does it Take to get Approved for Social Security Disability?

Posted in Social Security Disability on Tuesday, Jan 19th, 2016

Waiting for a decision about your Social Security Disability claim can be stressful and nerve-wracking. For some, social security disability benefits are integral to helping support themselves and their families. Every case is different and the length of time that it takes to process an application for SSD benefits varies on a case-by-case basis. A […] Read More

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Understanding Undue Influence in Ohio

Posted in Probate on Tuesday, Jan 05th, 2016

One ground to challenge a will in Ohio is undue influence. Challenges to a will based on undue influence are often alleged in situations involving sick or elderly individuals because these individuals may be more vulnerable to being influenced by another person. Undue influence is alleged against a caregiver, a trusted advisor, or a relative […] Read More

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