Ohio Estate Planning Lawyers

Ohio estate planning is a practice that involves the drafting of wills, trusts and other estate planning instruments as well as assisting in the probate process of estate in Ohio. There are a number of important documents involved in a comprehensive estate plan in Ohio. This includes a will, potentially a trust, and some power of attorney documents at a minimum. There’s also an important aspect of a full and complete estate plan that includes beneficiary designations on various products where available. Ohio law is unique as it relates to estate planning (similar to most States which have their own system governing estate planning law). This is a mixture of statutes and case law in Ohio. 

TIME TO UPDATE YOUR ESTATE PLAN?

Our team of estate planning attorneys is here to help and we offer free initial consultations.

Contact us using the form below.

This is an ATTORNEY ADVERTISEMENT. Sawan PLLC is a law firm with attorneys licensed in Michigan, Ohio and Florida. The information contained on this website is provided for general purposes only and does not apply to your specific factual circumstances in all cases. For us to better understand the particular facts unique to your case, call 419-469-5002 for a free consultation. No attorney-client relationship is created by your use of this website. Sawan PLLC, designated a debt relief agency by an Act of Congress and the President of the United States, proudly assists consumers seeking relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

Ohio Locations

Estate Planning Law in Ohio

Wills in Ohio

The law governing wills is found in Ohio statute in Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2107. These statutes contain important rules regarding wills in ohio. First, the person who may make a will is governed by ORC 2107.02. The next section governs the validity of a will in Ohio by established the method required for a legal enforceable will. As each section progresses, more rules are specified for things such as the rules governing devisee/witnesses, revocation of wills and oral wills are covered by these Ohio statutes. 

Recent Posts