Posts Categorized: Incapacity Planning

What Assets are at Risk?

If my spouse goes into a nursing home, are the assets owned by me alone at risk to be used up to pay for his care? Unfortunately, yes. Ohio does not look only to the...

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Guardianship and Your Children

If you have minor children, selecting a guardian to take care of their daily needs is a challenging task. You probably want to select someone who is a clone of the way you parent. However,...

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The Power of the Power of Attorney

Why is it that when you enter a hospital they always ask if you have a Living Will or Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care?  Those documents, referred to Advance Health Care Directives, give to...

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Providing for the Disabled Child

Parents often assume when creating an estate plan that their children will always remain healthy.  They leave all their assets directly to their children without restriction and without any holding back receipt of the inheritance...

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