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March 9, 2017

     A last will and testament is an important document to have for many reasons. Without one, assets, upon your death, will be divided according to the laws of Ohio. With one, assets you owned at your death will be divided according to your wishes. There are a few life events and changes, however, that can throw a wrench into the most carefully laid plans. If you don’t adjust your will accordingly, there’s a chance your last wishes may be ignored in favor of the default rules. 

     Family. One of the primary reasons for establishing a plan (“estate plan”) for your assets after your death, is to protect your family. In a will,...

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