Phase 1: Initial Filings Phase

This video will discuss the initial filings phase of probate. In Ohio, the first thing we need to do is tell the court who are the interested parties and what has happened. A number of forms need to be submitted in addition to a Last Will and Testament. If there is...

Probate Overview

Hello, I’m Andrew Pfeiffer owner of Pfeiffer Law in Akron, Ohio. One of the areas of practice I receive the most questions and angst over is Probate, specifically Full Administration Probate Estates. This is for several reasons. Probate administrations are long...

Probate Vs Non Probate

In this episode Andrew discusses the difference between probate and non-probate assets and how they transfer. Probate occurs when a person dies while owning assets held only in their individual name. When a probate asset is identified then an estate often needs to be...

Should I Add My Son or Daughter to My Bank Account?

Andrew is often asked if someone should add their child to their bank accounts. There are different levels of adding someone to a bank account. Are you adding them before death or post death? Pre and Post death decisions can be made to protect your current assets...

Is My Trust Properly Funded?

If you are wondering, “how do I know I have the right stuff in my trust,” you have come to the right place. This video does not constitute legal advice but aims to provide general information about what information should be included in your trust and how an attorney...
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