Creating a will allows you to provide certain instructions about how your estate and assets should be handled, distributed to inheritors, or disposed of following your death. However, several life changes may occur to you, your family, your finances, and assets after drafting your will. Such changes may include divorce, a new relationship, the arrival of a new baby, job loss, acquiring more assets, or retirement. As a result, you need to review and update your will.
At StachlerHarmon Attorneys at Law, we have an overwhelming desire to coach our clients toward solutions that benefit them. Don’t lose sleep over your case; let us do whatever it takes to relieve your stress and make your situation right.
PERSONAL INJURY & BUSINESS LAW ATTORNEYS IN DAYTON, OHIO
You have a legal problem. We’ll be there to help you seek a favorable result.
Our core value is to educate and coach our clients, not just guide them.
When you work with us, we don’t assign a solo attorney to your case; our entire team pools its combined knowledge to bring possible solutions to the table. Through this process, we’re able to sift through ideas to determine the best strategy for your unique situation. This collaborative approach separates us from our competitors in Dayton, Ohio.
YOUR DEDICATED TEAM OF ATTORNEYS
JOHN H. STACHLER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SEAN H. HARMON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MATTHEW T. TIPTON
ATTORNEY AT LAW
YOU’VE POURED EVERYTHING YOU HAVE INTO YOUR BUSINESS. LET US HELP YOU SEEK A FAVORABLE RESULT TO PRESERVE ITS SUCCESS.
FROM TRANSACTIONAL MATTERS TO COMMERCIAL LITIGATION, WE'VE GOT YOU COVERED.
Owning and operating your own business is a risk. If you’re considering forming a business—or if you need legal advice to help your business grow—our team of attorneys can help you get started and conduct your business successfully within the confines of the law. As business law attorneys, we’re happy to answer any questions you may have about your case.
At StachlerHarmon Attorneys at Law, we know it’s not always feasible for new businesses to employ in-house counsel. Let us know how we can help your Ohio business get off the ground and stay afloat. We handle cases of business litigation and transactions, as well as collections, commercial, and construction litigation in Dayton and surrounding areas of Ohio.
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TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR PERSONAL INJURY CASE
Once we meet, you can fully focus on recovering.
When you’ve been injured in an accident, legal problems should be the least of your worries. We can help ease the burden of stress you’re under. By working with our team of personal injury attorneys, you’re putting your case in capable hands. Once we’ve listened to your needs, you will be able to breathe easier and concentrate on healing. We’ll take care of the rest.
Your attorney will increase your chance of compensation.
We’re well versed in personal injury claims. Our proficiency in the area will contribute to a solution tailored to your best interests.
By hiring our team, you’ll be working directly with attorneys, not paralegals. You’ll get access to our wealth of experience from years of legal practice. We’ll listen to your concerns, discuss your goals, and work to achieve the compensation you deserve, whether in court or in negotiations.
Do you live in or near Dayton, Ohio?
At StachlerHarmon Attorneys at Law, we proudly serve clients in Dayton, Ohio, as well as those in Centerville, Springboro, Miamisburg, and Vandalia. Don’t face your problems alone. If you need knowledgeable representation for your personal injury case, contact us today to schedule a consultation, and see how we can help you.
Estate Planning and Dementia: What You Should Consider
Creating a well-detailed plan is imperative to provide specific instructions regarding how you want your estate and final affairs settled after you’re gone. However, different issues often arise when a parent who has dementia or cognitive impairment wants to create an estate plan.