Does Ohio Have Estate Taxes?

Does Ohio have an estate tax? The short answer is “No.” For anyone who is the executor of the estate of a person who died after January 1, 2013, the State of Ohio stopped assessing estate taxes. However; just because there may not be any estate t… Read More
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My Parent Passed Away in Ohio, Do I Need a Probate Lawyer?

The loss of a parent is something none of us looks forward to, but almost all of us will need to face. While you are going through the grief that often accompanies the loss of a parent, handling your parent’s estate is likely the last thing on… Read More
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Steps for Administering a Loved One's Estate in Ohio

Probate is the legal process of a probate court overseeing the distribution of the decedent’s estate. The role of an Ohio court is to make sure debts get paid, resolve financial obligations, make sure taxes get paid out, and distribute the remainde… Read More
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A person with two felony convictions can apply after four years. If convicted of three, four, or five felonies, the person must wait 5 years. Another change under Ohio's new Expungement Law is that a person can apply to seal an unlimited number o… Read More