Once you begin the process of planning your estate in Ohio, you will need to make several decisions regarding the essential components of your future. Some of these decisions may include establishing guardianship for any dependents you may have, allocating assets and selecting heirs, and choosing someone who will be in charge of executing your will and guaranteeing that your estate is laid out as you have designated.
Operating a vehicle intoxicated is against the law in Ohio. If law enforcement pulls you over and requests that you take a field sobriety test, you can refuse. Unfortunately, the consequences of declining may include spending the night in jail. At The Law Offices of Saia & Piatt, Inc, we have experience representing clients who challenge the results of these tests.
If you are considering a divorce after the holidays, you are not the only one. According to the Chicago Tribune, the number of divorce cases increases by over 30 percent in the weeks following Christmas. Some law firms have even given the Monday after Christmas break the name, “Divorce Day,” because of the number of divorce cases they receive.
If you live in Ohio and are planning your future, one of the things you may be doing is figuring out your estate and planning what to do with your money, property and other assets. Part of the decision-making process is choosing an executor who will carry out the terms of your estate and distributes everything correctly. This is an important decision, so make sure you consider what the position involves.
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