Paperless Wills- Should You Use One?

It goes without saying that you should have a will in place to help authorize how you want your property to be distributed after you pass away. But new information shows that you may not need a paper hard copy in order to demonstrate that your will is valid. Some courts in Ohio have already… Read More »

Would You Benefit from Having a Pre-Planned Funeral?

A recent report conducted by the Consumer Federation of America and the Funeral Consumers’ Alliance, identified that median prices at chain funeral homes could be much higher than independently owned ones. Many individuals do not understand that part of the estate planning process may include pre-purchasing a coffin or a funeral service. This enables you… Read More »

Ohio Families May Struggle If No Estate Plan Has Been Left

Failing to take action to put together an estate plan, even in terms of simply a basic will and a trust, could prove extremely problematic for families in Ohio. If nothing has been prepared, it is essential for these families to identify with someone who is familiar with estate administration. The estate planning process should… Read More »

Six Key Goals You Can Accomplish with Estate Planning

There is no doubt that you’ve probably already realized the general benefits of estate planning, but there may be a big reason why you haven’t approached it yet. Perhaps you feel that you simply do not need estate planning because the size of your estate is rather small or you are young and single without… Read More »

Milennials Can Benefit from Estate Planning

If you ask any Millennial to write down a list of their plans, there’s a good chance that it will include things like vacation experiences, career accomplishments, and accomplishing their family goals. That said, there’s a good chance that they’ll overlook estate planning entirely. It can certainly be said that Millennials may be more prudent… Read More »