Our Ohio elder law attorneys can assist you with a range of needs. Our practice areas include:
There are many types of trusts to choose from in Ohio, including Living, Testamentary, Revocable, and Irrevocable. Contact us today to craft a document that works best for your situation.
If you wish to update your Will or Trust, you may create a codicil. This is an amendment to the original document that must be drafted, witnessed, and signed in the same manner as the original. You may also create a new Will or Trust that reflects your current needs.
As we age, there are numerous things to consider, not only for ourselves but our families. By planning today, we can ensure things are easier for ourselves and our families in the future. Don’t let everything you’ve worked for just slip away due to a lack of proper planning. Invest the time now to learn your options by speaking with one of our Ohio elder law lawyers and making the choices that protect your legacy.
The terms Will and Trust are sometimes used interchangeably. However, this is not correct. There are some differences between the two.
A Will is a legal document outlining an individual’s final wishes. This can include how they want their personal affairs to be handled, including burial arrangements, etc., along with how they want their property to be distributed.
A Trust, on the other hand, is a financial instrument that allows the trustor to transfer their assets under the management of a third party, also known as the trustee. Depending on the type of trust, it may offer significant protection from creditors and other suits against the estate.
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We help St. Clairsville families locally or near the St. Clairsville area and outside of Ohio when they need to handle issues or an estate for a family member within the state of Ohio.
Clients come to us from Columbus, Lancaster, Pickerington, Logan, Athens, Circleville, Canal Winchester, Dublin, Plain City, Westerville, Worthington, Hilliard, St. Clairsville, Bellaire, Belmont, Cambridge, Wintersville, Marietta, Steubenville, and Woodsfield.
We welcome your questions and want to understand your situation to help you move forward and achieve the peace of mind that comes with having everything done properly and efficiently. Don’t let everything you’ve worked for just slip away due to a lack of proper planning. Invest the time now to learn your options by speaking with us and making the choices that best protect your legacy and wishes. Call us for one-on-one assistance at (740) 699-2193 with your questions, a description of your situation, or to schedule a consultation. You may also simply fill out the form above on this page. Your form will be directly emailed to our office. You can expect a reply within one business day and often within hours of the same day. All information is confidential. If you are not quite ready for a consultation, we invite you to attend one of our upcoming free webinars to learn more and get to know us.