We’re all going to die some day, so that’s why it’s important to live your life the way you want to, explore the world and accomplish goals. Among those goals should be creating an estate plan. With it, you have an opportunity to protect your estate and hand down your assets to beneficiaries.
Once you die, Max the dog, Lucy the cat, and Sunny the cockatiel may wonder what will happen to them. If you’ve played your estate-planning cards just right, then you would have provided for these furry and feathered non-human members of your family through your will or a pet trust.
Say “goodbye” to anonymity.
If your family is breaking up, you know the heartbreak and pain of the process. It is difficult enough without divorce proceedings turning into an ugly fight that you might reasonably want to avoid.
Divorce filings tend to rise and fall with the seasons and January is one of the highest months for filing. Peak divorce months are actually March and August, but filings steadily increase from January and the first Monday of the New Year is actually known as “Divorce Day.”
Divorce is difficult, even if it’s what you want. But whether litigating the issue is the best way to take care of it depends on your particular circumstances and goals.
Sobriety checkpoints are not uncommon in the state of Ohio. These checkpoints are designed to help deter drunk driving and remove those from the roads who have consumed too much alcohol to drive. The following provides information on what these checkpoints are and what a stop can mean for your future.
This is a serious problem. Last year, more than 4,000 people in Ohio died due to drug overdose. Has the time come to stop treating people with addiction issues like criminals, and instead start getting them the treatment they need?
While some see the end of a marriage as a reason to celebrate, others may find themselves feeling grief.