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Ohio Charitable Supportive Housing Property Tax Exemption Solidified

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Ohio Charitable Supportive Housing Property Tax Exemption Solidified

In last week’s Advisory, we reported that Ohio Governor Mike DeWine had signed S.B.57 (the “Bill”) which allows for applying to reduce real property taxes due to circumstances directly related to COVID-19. Also contained within the Bill are provisions which solidify the exemption from real property taxes for §501(c)(3) organizations which provide supported housing to individuals diagnosed with […]

You Auto Know!® – Advertising Compliance

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You Auto Know!® – Advertising Compliance

Over the years, I have counseled clients, conducted seminars, and written numerous articles on advertising compliance. And the topic is still relevant. As you know, the FTC has become actively involved in reviewing dealerships’ advertising practices. The FTC entered into numerous consent agreements with dealerships indicating the stores could not advertise prices or discounts unless qualifications are […]

Real Property Tax Help – New Special COVID-19 Reductions

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Real Property Tax Help – New Special COVID-19 Reductions

Beginning on July 26, 2021, property owners in Ohio can apply to reduce their real estate taxes if their property’s value has suffered specifically due to COVID-19 related circumstances. This new law provides a one-time special opportunity for property owners to reduce real estate taxes due to effects of the pandemic. These special applications for reduction must provide detailed […]

The Will is Lost, Not Found

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The Will is Lost, Not Found

If you have to find your will, would you know exactly where to look? Would your family? Weston Hurd LLP partner Jay Nabors explains the importance of having easy access to your original estate documents. https://www.mimivanderhaven.com/…/the-will-is-lost-not… Contact Information Jay Nabors – jnabors@westonhurd.com – 216.687.3205

Online Banking Pitfalls

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Online Banking Pitfalls

Estate planning considerations when switching to a bank based entirely online is the topic of Weston Hurd partner Jay Nabors article “Online Banking Pitfalls.” https://www.mimivanderhaven.com/…/online-banking-pitfalls Contact Information Jay Nabors – 216.687.3205 –  jnabors@westonhurd.com

WILLING YOUR CRYPTOCURRENCY

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WILLING YOUR CRYPTOCURRENCY

According to Weston Hurd partner Jay Nabors, “If you have cryptocurrency, it’s important to have an attorney who understands how it should be passed to your decendents.” More about estate planning and cryptocurrency in: https://mimivanderhaven.com/…/willing-your-cryptocurrency Contact Information Jay Nabors – jnabors@westonhurd.com – 216.687.3205

Estate Planning for Parents

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Estate Planning for Parents

According to Weston Hurd LLP partner Jay Nabors “If there’s one thing the pandemic taught us it’s the importance of estate planning,” including for expectant parents. Read more in “Estate Planning for Parents.” https://www.mimivanderhaven.com/articles/estate-planning-for-parents Contact Information Jay Nabors – jnabors@westonhurd.com – 216.687.3205

Employers Watch Your Mail; New Ohio Law Encourages Tidal Wave of Litigation

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Employers Watch Your Mail; New Ohio Law Encourages Tidal Wave of Litigation

Ohio’s new employment discrimination law, the Employment Law Uniformity Act (the “Act”) took effect April 15, 2021. This law (House Bill 352) has already created a landslide of new employment lawsuits chiefly because the statute of limitations for the filing of employment discrimination claims has been reduced from 6 to 2 years. To counterbalance this reduced statute of limitations, the […]