February 28, 2021

Examples of Breach of Fiduciary Duty in Ohio

Fiduciary Duty in Ohio When someone places trust or confidence in another to act on their behalf, the person taking on that trust or confidence is known as a fiduciary. As long as they are knowingly accepting that trust, they have a fiduciary duty to act […]
February 18, 2021
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When Would I Need A Property Tax Dispute Lawyer?

When To Use A Property Tax Attorney Are you looking for a way to reduce your property taxes in Ohio? Do you believe that your property is worth less than the assessment completed by your county? You have options available to you to appeal an auditor’s […]
February 5, 2021
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Everything You Need To Know About A “No-Contest Clause”

Defining a “No-Contest Clause” Making plans for your estate can be a complicated, stressful process at times. As difficult as it is to face and make genuine decisions about what will happen to your assets after you’ve gone, there is the added stress of the sometimes-complicated […]
February 4, 2021
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What To Do When Your Dad Leaves You Out Of His Will

Were You Left Out Of A Will? The death of a parent is never painless. There is a literal lifetime of memories and emotions to process, and it’s a time when many people feel raw. A bad situation can be made to feel worse, though, when […]
January 28, 2021

What is Elder Financial Abuse?

Defining Elder Financial Abuse Older adults are at high risk for financial abuse. This all-too-common problem can create severe financial stress for elderly adults and hurt the families and caretakers caring for them. Legally, it is defined as the fraudulent or illegal, unauthorized, or improper act […]
January 26, 2021
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Breach of Fiduciary Duty Examples

Examples of Breach of Fiduciary Duty Trust is important. There is no doubt about that. Whether it’s involving a business relationship or managing as estate, the breaking of that trust is called a “breach of fiduciary duty” and can lead to all manner of problems. Discovering […]
January 15, 2021
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Frequently Asked Questions (And Answers) About Wills & Trusts

FAQ: Wills and Trusts No one likes the idea of planning for one’s passing, but it does provide absolute peace of mind knowing that you can have a say in how your assets are distributed after you’re gone and that your survivors are taken care of. […]
January 15, 2021
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What Are The Duties of a Will Executor?

Duties of a Will Executor? If you are an executor, you have a vital role. When the testator (the owner of the will) passes, the executor is tasked with accounting for and locating all assets, paying off creditors, and dividing the estate to the beneficiaries named […]
December 31, 2020
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How Do You Prove Breach of Fiduciary Duty?

Proving Breach of Fiduciary Duty If someone has a legal obligation to serve or make decisions that are in line with the best interest of another, this is known as fiduciary duty. Business partners have a fiduciary duty to each other and the business, and executors or […]