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7 Times to Update Your Estate Plan

Having an Estate Plan in place is a wonderful thing. It allows you to have a say in what happens to your estate and assets after you die. It is Read More

Wills vs. Trusts: What Do I Need?

Most people know what they would like to happen to their belongings after they die. Maybe they will pass them on to their spouse or family members. Maybe they will Read More

Why Does Everyone (Yes, Even You) Need a Will?

We all think we know what a Will does. It says who gets your money after you die. Rich people spend much of their lives thinking about them. It is Read More

What Do You Need to Do After Divorce?

When your marriage ends, a lot of things change. In addition to negotiating property division and a child custody arrangement with your spouse, you need to prepare for your new Read More

Do You Qualify for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Explaining the Means Test

In a previous blog post, we discussed the two options available for consumers (not business entities) to file for bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. To briefly recap, Chapter 7 is Read More

How Does Alimony Work in an Ohio Divorce?

It’s a common scenario: after spending years raising children in a marriage, the wife and mother is thinking about filing the petition for divorce but is worried about receiving enough Read More

Bankruptcy Considerations: Can You Keep Your House?

There is no question that someone even considering filing for bankruptcy is in a fairly stressful place. One of the fears these individuals grapple with is the question of whether or not Read More

6 Myths You May Have Heard About Divorce

While it is not entirely true that a full half of all marriages entered into in the U.S. end in divorce, it is still pretty common; you probably know at Read More

3 Things Not To Do Before Filing Bankruptcy

While bankruptcy seems like a drastic step to many people, it is, in reality, a powerful tool that can help wipe your financial slate clean and be a stepping stone Read More

Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcies: What are the Differences?

Coming to the decision to file for bankruptcy is not easy, but bankruptcy is a very necessary tool for many individuals and businesses to obtain a better and more secure Read More

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