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Wills

Most people are familiar with the concept of a will. It allows a person to identify who should receive their property in the event of their death. Parents can also stipulate who should care for their children. Ohio does have laws which determine the distribution of property and custody of children when a person dies without a will, but they can result in a lengthy and unfriendly process.

No one likes to contemplate their own mortality, but the creation of a will is very important to families, especially those with children whose needs must be met after an untimely loss. Completing a basic will is a simple process that can allow parents to rest easier knowing their children will be looked after and provided for in the event of their deaths. If you do not yet have a will, I will make the process as simple and painless for you as possible.

When a couple gets a divorce or dissolution, there are often changes that must be made to any wills they have already created. Many times, married couples simply leave their property to their spouse. When a marriage ends, the ex-spouse is no longer the desired beneficiary. I can make any changes to your will that you desire.

Wills

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