Many Ohio residents begin planning picnics, trips to the beach and tailgate parties as Spring days become longer and warmer. Gatherings of this type frequently include alcohol. At The Law Offices of Saia & Piatt, Inc., we often represent clients arrested for operating under the influence (OVI).
Self-driving or autonomous vehicles are touted as a solution to the safety issues caused by human error when operating a vehicle. Depending on the type of vehicle and its capabilities, some people even wonder whether automated vehicles will solve the problem of drunk driving. Getting an answer to this question requires an understanding of different types of self-driving vehicles.
The Law Office of Saia & Piatt, Inc. is proud to announce that attorney T.J. Rugg has been elected President of the Perry County Bar Association. His one year term will commence in March 2019.
According to a recent study, 67 percent of people surveyed that were over 50 years old wanted to invest in their children and grandchildren. This study also found that these people were frustrated with their children’s lack of financial planning.
Infidelity is a common reason for many divorces in Ohio. When a spouse is unfaithful the whole family is affected, and even suspicions of infidelity can be enough to cause strife. If you think your spouse may be cheating, Psychology Today offers the following insight. While these signs don’t apply to every situation, they can be helpful for many couples.
It is important to see to your estate planning early on in your adult life to maintain control over the eventual distribution of the assets you will spend a lifetime accumulating. Yet another vital point to remember is that even after you have created a will, the estate planning process is not over. Your will should be reviewed throughout your life to ensure that its stipulations reflect your current desires. Oftentimes, such reviews will reveal where revisions should be made. This prompts many in Columbus to come to us here at The Law Offices of Saia & Piatt, Inc. asking how they can revoke an existing will.