probate

Roberson Law Named a 2016 Law Firm 500 Honoree

We a pleased to announce that our law firm has been named a 2016 Law Firm 500 Honoree. Earlier this year we were nominated for our growth, operational excellence and commitment to client service. It is an honor to be included as one of the top one-hundred fastest growing law firms in America!

Don't Get Caught Dead Without A Will

A recent survey of more than 2,000 people found that 64% of the people surveyed indicated that they don't have wills, according to an article published online by AARP.  Many people are superstitious about planning for death. People fear that once they get the ball rolling on estate planning, something bad will happen.  Time after time, however, our clients tell us that they experience such a sense of relief after completing their estate planning.  The peace of mind far outweighs the fear involved in beginning the estate planning process.

Nancy Roberson Participates In News Special On WHIO Reports

Channel 7 news broadcaster Jim Otte recently interviewed Nancy Roberson on the news special WHIO Reports about wills, powers of attorney, and other estate planning issues.  The program contains 30 minutes of valuable advice about estate planning and discusses the topic of being prepared at any age for sudden illness or death.  Watch the video here: http://video.daytondailynews.com/WHIO-Reports-Estate-Planning-June-12-2016-B-30993165.

 

 

Is "Do It Yourself" Estate Planning Legal?

Estate Planning, in simple terms, is the legal process that takes care of yourself and your property, both during your life and after your death. Estate planning is not synonymous with wealth planning.  A common misconception is that you have to have a lot of money in order to do estate planning, an area of law that requires an intricate knowledge of the probate, tax, and trust code, and how they all work together.

How to Avoid An Estate Battle With Heirs

If a Will has been drafted and executed properly by a qualified estate planning attorney, then the chances of heirs having an estate battle over an inheritance is minimized.  However, even when a Will has been prepared and executed properly, sometimes problems will happen anyway after a person's death.  

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