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October 2017 Archives

Ways to avoid probate proceedings

You may have heard the phrase "avoid probate" in the context of estate planning, but have no idea what it means or how it is connected to your estate planning process. Many Ohioans want to avoid probate because of the hardships it can cause for their descendants or next of kin, including long delays in dispersing assets to designated heirs. We at the Kroener Hale Law Firm often help people design an estate plan that meets these goals.

Same-sex divorce: how changes in the laws may affect you

A person who has entered into a same-sex marriage or partnership agreement may find him or herself in need of a divorce someday. If that is you, you may be wondering if there are any special considerations of your same-sex divorce. The law of the land has changed, and you may be wondering if it affects you.

A deeper understanding of gray divorce cases

Ohio residents are living longer these days, much like the rest of the country. With increased life expectancy comes a variety of opportunities for growth in relationships, but there are also increased risks that a couple will become exposed to factors leading to the dissolution of marriage. Older people tend to use caution when approaching divorce, and this affects the tone of the proceedings in some specific ways.

Is this inheritance letter real?

There are many scams floating about in Ohio. One scam that you may very well fall prey to is the inheritance letter scam. This is when you are sent a letter claiming you have inherited a large sum of money. It is easy to believe because you may not have been aware of the relative making the claim or you may actually have a relative named in the letter. These scams can be quite elaborate and look very real. So how can you tell if an inheritance letter is real or fake?

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