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Though the season of giving is just in the rearview, the idea of gifts and “who gets what” is constantly top-of-mind for all of our …

Ohio became one of the last states in the country to permit postnuptial agreements between spouses. When Senate Bill 210 goes into effect this March, married couples will …

YOU get a raise… and YOU get a raise! The Social Security Administration is giving everyone receiving benefits a raise in 2023! The SSA announced it will …

Long, long time ago, I can still remember…   Sorry. Started writing, and Don McLean’s American Pie immediately hit the brain. It used to be that becoming …

Many folks improperly equate “estate planning” with “writing out a will.”  Undoubtedly a last will and testament can help with some planning goals, but is …

It’s Medicare season once again… Can’t you hear the music and feel it in the air?  With news that premiums are coming down next year …

Let’s start with a definition. Under Ohio’s definition, “financial elder abuse,” sometimes referred to as senior exploitation, is the unlawful or improper act of using an …

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) estimates that more than two-thirds of Americans over the age of 65 will need some type of long-term …

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