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This year’s Caring.com/YouGov estate planning survey reveals a concerning trend. The number of people with a last will and testament has decreased by 24% since 2017.  Only 32% of people surveyed have a last will and testament. If you are part of the other 68%, don’t wait another day. Contact us to see how easy and inexpensive the process is to create your last will and testament.

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With offices in Ashland and Loudonville, we are easily accessible for meetings and the logistical needs of our clients.

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Don’t have time for in-office meetings? No problem. We have solutions for you. We offer video conferences, telephone conferences, text messaging, and email to meet your legal needs where you are. Learn more here.

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With many services provided on a flat-fee basis, itemized time-keeping/billing, and a willingness to answer your billing questions, you can make informed decisions in your legal service investment.

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We recognize the vital importance of confidentiality in the attorney-client relationship. Our clients’ legal matters and personal information are kept strictly confidential.

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This site is for informational purposes only and is not legal advice. This information does not create a lawyer-client relationship. You should consult a lawyer for individual advice regarding your situation.

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“First comes thought, then organization of that thought into ideas and plans; then transformation of those plans into reality.”

– Napoleon Hill

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Your stimulus payment and Medicaid

As the $1,200.00 stimulus payments are distributed, many people receiving Medicaid coverage in nursing homes and other settings…

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