Some people in Ohio may have heard the phrase "legacy planning" used interchangeably with "estate planning" or wondered what the difference in the two is. They might be uncomfortable with the term "legacy planning" because it seems to imply something grander than estate planning that involves the ego, significant wealth or a controlling approach.
There are multiple factors that should go into making decisions about commercial real estate investments. Ohio investors may benefit from learning about some commercial economy and real estate market trends and forecasts that can affect their investments.
Perhaps your business has finally grown to the point that you see a need for employee manuals/handbooks to ensure everyone is on the same page. Congratulations on the business growth!
During a divorce, it may be a good idea for Ohio residents and others to review their estate plan. Failing to do so could result in having an unintended beneficiary to one or more assets. For instance, if a former spouse is named the sole or largest beneficiary to a trust, that person could receive money or other assets inside of it instead of family members.