Three Estate Planning Documents to Create When Your Child Turns 18

power of attorney for 18-year-old

Once your child reaches the age of 18 the state considers your child to be an adult with the legal right to govern their own life. While your child is a minor you are entitled to access your child’s medical Read More …

What to Do and Not Do with Your Estate Planning Documents

What to Do With Estate Planning Documents

Creating and executing estate planning documents is just the first step. Once you have completed the documents, you need to know what to do with them. All estate plans should include, at minimum, two important planning instruments: a durable power Read More …

When Do I Need a Living Will? Is it the Same as a DNR?

Do I need a Living Will?

We’re all fairly familiar with the acronym CPR, for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation – a process that uses mouth-to-mouth or machine breathing and chest compressions to restore activity in the heart and lungs when someone’s heart has stopped or they are no Read More …

Understanding the Different Types of Power of Attorney in Ohio: 4 Main Types of POA

Power of Attorney Document

A power of attorney is a very important estate planning tool.  Power of attorney (POA) is a legal document in which you give someone else the authority to act on your behalf and most states will accept powers of attorney Read More …