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Law Offices of Amy R. Turos.

Blogs

  • Published: September 14, 2021

Ohio probate Courts and in particular, the Geauga County Probate Court, overhears legal issues and cases involving wills, the administration of estates, trusts, and legal matters involving guardianships. There are numerous forms that the court requires in order to file a case with the Probate Court. The Geauga County Clerk of Courts accepts court pleadings and forms in various cases.…Read More

  • Published: September 8, 2021

If you've just been through a car accident, then we understand how traumatic that must've been. Whether you caused the accident or you were the victim, it doesn't matter -- you've undoubtedly suffered either physical, emotional, or financial damage as a result. However, no matter how frazzled or distraught you might be, the unfortunate reality is that you have a…Read More

  • Published: July 7, 2021

Plus Your Questions Answered The top issue that we see at our office is client’s not being able to locate their important legal documents. Our office offers a secure legal cloud document storage called Attorneys Vault https://attorneysvault.com/. This service ensures our clients can keep organized and preserve their important documents and not lose money. If you do not secure your legal…Read More

  • Published: June 2, 2021

What Is Business Estate Planning? Why Is Estate Planning Important For Small Business Owners? These are the most commonly asked questions at our office. Business owners, as well as Small business owners, are not always aware that they need an estate plan for the succession of their company. If there isn’t a business estate plan in place, the Probate Court…Read More

  • Published: May 24, 2021

What Is Mediation In Law? Mediation is a process in which parties meet with a mediator who helps facilitates communication and settlement between parties to help them reach voluntary agreement. In Ohio, the law governing mediation is the Uniform Mediation Act under the Ohio Revised Code Chapter Ohio's law governing mediation is called the Uniform Mediation Act (Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2710). Is There Divorce Mediation Near Me? There are…Read More

  • Published: May 17, 2021

What Does Notary Public Do? A notary public is a person that is appointed through a government agency to serve as a impartial witness to important legal documents. The must apply to become a notary, take a course and pass a test. What Notary Services Do You Provide? We provide notary services and notarized documents to all our clients. Our…Read More

  • Published: May 10, 2021

How Long Does Probate Court Take? There are several different types of cases that can be filed with the Probate Court. Which case your file depends on the length of time to close a case. With most cases there are required forms that need to be filed with the court when filing a case. Just gathering the necessary paperwork, filing out the…Read More

  • Published: May 3, 2021

Clients have been requesting a way to store their important legal documents and now we have the answer. With innovative legal technology and unpredictable COVID-19 pandemic, we want to provide predictability and security to our clients. What is a legal document? A legal document is correspondence between parties or businesses to show a record of a transaction, process, obligation, or…Read More

  • Published: April 26, 2021

And your other commonly questions answered Clients are always concerned about securing their estate planning documents like a Will, Trust or Power of Attorney forms. Clients tend to ask us where to store these documents. Most clients use a safe deposit box at the bank or a safe located at their house. These storage methods may have unintended consequences that…Read More

  • Published: April 12, 2021

The worse has happened. You got into a car accident. Thankful that you have minor injuries but you have lost your means of transportation, you cannot go to work, you have medical bills. You are not at fault but you are victim of someone else’s negligence. Drivers owe each other a duty of care and there are plenty of drivers…Read More

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