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Estate planning provides the power of choice to the maker

Having an estate plan is more of a necessity than a luxury item just for rich people. Everyone will benefit from having estate planning instruments in place that will be effective both during life and at death. The governing instrument at death in Ohio and all other states is usually the decedent's last will and testament.  

Business law attorneys facilitate mergers and acquisitions

Ohio and other states are hosts to business acquisition transactions on a regular basis. Publicly-traded and privately-owned companies are involved in purchasing other enterprises as well as merging with them. When publicly traded securities are involved, the government will scrutinize the transaction for irregularities and anti-trust aspects. Business law attorneys are an integral mainstay of these transactions, contributing their experience to help further a smooth and successful transition for all concerned.

Ownership of prior joint funds decided in probate litigation case

Ohio law establishes a probate court in each county; these courts are responsible for processing the estates of deceased persons. When a dispute arises between heirs of the estate, the probate court may be required to preside over a probate litigation matter. A wide spectrum of disputes can come up in the probate courts of this state and nationwide.

Estate planning review can be convenient this time of year

Ohio residents may use the end of the year period to review their estate plan. Alternatively, they may use this time to get one started. For those who have already engaged in some degree of estate planning, it is a good time to review one's beneficiaries. This may include persons that have received gifts in the person's will, and it may include the beneficiaries that are listed on insurance policies or on retirement or investment accounts.

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