There are many families in Ohio who have failed to produce a comprehensive estate plan. As a result of not having these plans in place, they put their cherished ones in a very difficult position should they become incapacitated or depart this world unexpectedly. While not having a will, trust or advance health care directive, families will find themselves facing very serious issues at a really emotionally tough time in their lives.
At the Law Offices of Amy R. Turos, we help people produce the documents they need to make sure their final desires are carried out accordingly. Led by our founding attorney, Amy Turos, we are committed to developing a strategy that maximizes the number of assets that clients are able to pass on to their loved ones.
Are you already involved in the Ohio probate process? Let us guide you through the complexities of the court system with skill and empathy. Although our firm is located in Portage County, we also serve clients in Geauga County and Trumbull County.
We review your entire state of affairs to determine what’s best for you. We then draft all of the required wills, trusts and powers of attorney documents which will facilitate your family to carry out your requests. We additionally help you clearly state the amount of care you should receive within the event you’re unable to form these decisions on your own. Our team will also assist you with the administration of the will, as well as any issues connected to the probate process.
You may not assume you need to have an estate plan in place. However, if you have any retirement assets from working, have a child or are married, you need to make sure that you create a plan for the future. If you fail to make your final desires known, your property will be passed along in line with Ohio law. This might be a really drawn-out process, and it may place a major financial strain upon your family while this is in progress.