Estate, Trust & Probate

The New Year Brings Growth to Weston Hurd’s Columbus Office

The New Year Brings Growth to Weston Hurd’s Columbus Office

WESTON HURD LLP IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE EXPANSION OF ITS COLUMBUS OFFICE WITH THE ADDITION OF TWELVE ATTORNEYS. On January 1, 2022, ten attorneys formerly of Lane Alton joined Weston Hurd LLP. These attorneys, in addition to Robert Stoffers and Lorree Dendis who joined the firm in the fall, elevate Weston Hurd to more […]

Smart Growth Drives Expansion of Weston Hurd’s Columbus Office

Smart Growth Drives Expansion of Weston Hurd’s Columbus Office

The Ohio-based law firm of Weston Hurd LLP is pleased to announce the expansion of its Columbus office with the addition of twelve attorneys. Effective January 1, 2022, ten attorneys from Lane Alton will join Weston Hurd. These attorneys, in addition to the recent hires of Robert H. Stoffers and Lorree L. Dendis, will elevate the law […]

HOW MUCH CAN YOU GIFT?

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HOW MUCH CAN YOU GIFT?

The season of gifting is a time when many people choose to maximize their estate liquidation opportunity by giving the ones they love money instead of “things,” says Jay Nabors, a Cleveland-based attorney who focuses on estate planning. But how much is too much? And will there be tax implications? “The current maximum allowed without […]

YOUR ESTATE PLANNING ROADMAP

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YOUR ESTATE PLANNING ROADMAP

The holidays are a good time to make estate planning decisions, says Jay Nabors, a Cleveland-based attorney who focuses on estate planning. “This is the time of year when family members are visiting, so getting your affairs in order and then letting your loved ones in on the details makes good sense,” Jay advises. “Sit […]

When Your Spouse Has Debt

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When Your Spouse Has Debt

Getting married to a person with student loan or any other kind of debt can complicate things. Sometimes, because one partner is a little too far into the red, the other spouse is the only one who can be on a mortgage and is therefore the only one to hold title to the house, says […]

The Cost of Distancing

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The Cost of Distancing

All good intentions with handwritten wishes can become complicated when the unexpected happens. Weston Hurd partner Jay Nabors explains in “The Cost of Distancing:” With nearly everyone avoiding contact over the last year or so, people got creative with the ways they accomplished tasks typically handled in person. Zoom meetings replaced face-to-face interaction, and Door […]

APPOINTING A GUARDIAN

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APPOINTING A GUARDIAN

The idea of guardianship (or conservatorship) took the stage recently with the coverage surrounding Britney Spears. “A guardianship comes into play when the court gets involved to determine whether or not a person is competent to make decisions regarding their health and finances,” explains Jay Nabors, a Cleveland-based attorney who focuses on estate planning. “The […]

Protection for Your Adult Child

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Protection for Your Adult Child

Why it’s important for parents to have the proper documents in place before their adult children leave the nest is the topic of Weston Hurd partner Jay Nabors’ article “Protection for Your Adult Child.” Contact Information Jay Nabors – jnabors@westonhurd.com – 216.687.3205