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February 2018 Archives

The right approach to estate planning could prevent costly errors

When people begin planning their estate in Ohio, they are faced with many important decisions to make regarding everything from wills and trusts to guardianship of their dependents. Deciding where to begin can be challenging for many people, especially if they do not already have an idea of what they would like. With some basic education and a little time spent researching the process, people can make much more efficient and confident decisions regarding their future. 

What should you consider before choosing a trustee?

You have decided that a trust is the best way to ensure that your family is taken care of after your death. The Ohio estate planning process comes with many questions, though, one of which involves who will manage the trust. 

Thinking of starting a contracting business? Consider this

If you are an Ohio entrepreneur who is thinking about starting your own contracting business, there are many things for you to consider before you actually can begin getting customers and doing work for them. From deciding what type of business entity you want to have to what type of work you want to specialize in to what you want your business card to look like, the planning you do now will be instrumental in how soon you can get your new business up and running and how soon it will be successful.

Know if it may be time to contest the administration of an estate

Generally speaking, a last will or estate plan allows someone with assets to determine how those assets end up divided once he or she dies. For many people, carefully planning this distribution process is part of their final legacy. It can have a profound impact on their loved ones, from children and grandchildren to siblings, friends and even charitable organizations.

How can you benefit from coordinating long-term care needs?

If you have a disabled family member living in Ohio, chances are you have thought considerably about his or her well-being and long-term needs. Depending on the severity of the disability your family member is experiencing, there may be a requirement for intensive hands-on care throughout his or her entire life. Coordinating this care and determining that all needs are met in a timely and effective way requires planning ahead. 

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