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Law Offices of Amy R. Turos.


  • Published: June 20, 2023

If you own real estate, chances are you have unique needs when it comes to estate planning. Here’s the breakdown !Estate Planning is a plan that you put in place to make sure your assets transfer to your loved ones without Probate Court. If you have proper Estate Planning, there is no need for Probate Court. Some Questions to consider…Read More

  • Published: April 26, 2023

There are a lot of careers people can pursue in the real estate field, some of those include real estate agent, real estate attorney and property manager. Though some of these are similar, there are differences between them, like the responsibilities and roles of real estate attorneys and realtors. Learning about these two roles can help you understand how I…Read More

  • Published: November 3, 2022

This webpage will help Ohio residents understand assisted living, home care, and adult day care costs throughout the state. It also explores the payment options and financial assistance programs available to assist in caring for the elderly, be that in residential care or for aging in place at home. While, the programs outlined here are comprehensive of what is available…Read More

  • Published: September 30, 2022

A power of attorney (POA) can be an important element of planning for your elderly parent’s future. It allows another person to take action on your parent’s behalf, ensuring bills get paid and medical decisions can be made in the unfortunate circumstance that your elderly parent is unable to do those things on their own or merely needs help with…Read More

  • 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. 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

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