What Is A Will? Why Do I Need One?

Do I Need A Will? It seems to be the first question asked every January. New Year’s resolutions are often made between couples that “this is the year when we get this done”. It is a good question and a good thing to take care...

What Is A Trust? Cincinnati Estate Planning Tips

Many clients come to our Cincinnati law office to discuss their “wills” and “estate planning”. They have often just met with their financial advisor or had a casual discussion with a friend or just gone through a probate proceeding on behalf of a loved one...

IRS Launches “Taxes. Security. Together.” Campaign

Doug Miller – Cincinnati Tax Attorney In its quest to raise public awareness about the security involved in filing your tax returns and to encourage taxpayers to protect their personal information, the Internal Revenue Service has launched a new campaign called “Taxes. Security. Together.” The...

Plan For The Protection Of Your Family Members

August is National Make-A-Will Month, and the estate planning experts at Donnellon, Donnellon & Miller would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that the best way to plan for the protection of your family members is to create a will and an estate plan....

Important Aspects Of Estate Planning

Selecting an individual who will care for your affairs if you're injured or unable to manage them on your own is one of the most crucial aspects of estate planning....

Having Your Criminal Record Expunged Represents A Chance To Leave The Past Behind

For many people, having your criminal record expunged represents a chance to leave the past behind and to get a fresh start in life, no longer burdened by the stigma of a criminal conviction following you wherever you go....

Buying or Selling a Home In Cincinnati? Consider Hiring A Real Estate Lawyer

Spring is the time everything comes into bloom with a new life. It is also the prime time for real estate to be listed for sale on the market. People coming out of the winter doldrums and looking to “start over” in the new season. Trying to schedule a move or relocation at the end of the school year. Settling in before a new school year begins. Real estate transactions typically involve very large sums of money, with significant consequences if something should go wrong during the process. You don’t need to have any complications get in the way of that “new start”....

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