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How to revoke a will in Ohio

A valid will is a one of the most basic pieces of estate planning. A will clearly lays out how assets and debts should be distributed after the death of the will holder, known as a testator. However, as most everyone knows, life is unpredictable, and sometimes a will...

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Estate administration tips

Being an estate executor can be complicated and time consuming. But having a plan can help make these duties go smoothly. Executors An executor is the estate’s personal representative and is legally responsible for protecting the deceased person’s home, savings and...

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Understanding quitclaim deeds

A quitclaim deed may be used as part of an estate plan. It allows a person to transfer the rights he or she has in property to another person. A deed is a legal document and it must contain a description of the property, the names of the parties and the signature of...

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