There are two main types of subpoenas. The first is used in discovery - to obtain information before a trial. The second type of subpoena is used to obtain your appearance at a hearing or trial. In both scenarios, you are not a named party to the lawsuit; you just have … [Read more...]
What is digital estate planning?
Everyone has a big digital footprint - from social media profiles to online banking. But have you ever considered what will happen to your digital assets after you're gone? Digital estate planning - the process of managing your online asset upon your demise - is a crucial … [Read more...]
What is a subpoena?
A subpoena is a written order of the court requiring information on a particular topic. The information may be provided in writing or in person at a deposition, hearing, or trial. It is important to read the entire subpoena to understand what is being asked of you. If you need … [Read more...]
What is Discovery?
Discovery is a process where the parties to the lawsuit understand each other’s arguments better. Discovery is made up of Requests for Admissions, Request for Production of Documents, Interrogatories, and depositions. All parties to litigation are able to issue discovery to every … [Read more...]
How do I pick an attorney?
Selecting an attorney for any legal work can be intimidating - there are so many! There are a lot of considerations when hiring someone - are they qualified, do I like how they communicate, are they nearby, and can I afford them? These are all valid questions you should ask … [Read more...]
Are beneficiary designations needed in Ohio?
No, but a beneficiary designated on an account allows your asset(s) to transfer immediately and outside of probate. This designation is called a “transfer on death” or “payable on death” designation. Anytime you start a new life insurance, or brokerage account the provider will … [Read more...]
- Next Page »