By: Thomas Law Group On: March 29, 2019 In: Domestic Relations Comments: 0

When most people think of divorce they think of yelling, fighting, arguing, and years of heartache, all done at the courthouse, for the world to see. What if there was a way to resolve the same issues that a divorce deals with but in a more respectful and confidential...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: February 13, 2019 In: Estate Planning Comments: 0

With an increasing number of people taking advantage of maintaining dual-residency for income tax purposes (and to escape the cold weather), our clients have been asking how to declare their domicile to be in the State of Ohio for purposes of their estate plan, while also ensuring their estate...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: January 23, 2019 In: Estate Planning Comments: 0

There is no better time than the beginning of a new year to pull out your “shelved” estate plan and review it. Maybe quite a few years have now passed since you signed all of those documents and the plan you memorialized in your Wills and Trusts may no...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: December 14, 2018 In: TLG News Comments: 0

Effective January 1, 2018 and as a part of the tax legislation signed by President Trump, the federal estate, gift, and generation-skipping transfer (“GST”) tax exemption amounts increased from $5,490,000 (2017) to $11,200,000 for individuals and from $10,980,000 (2017) to $22,400,000 for married couples. These exemption amounts are scheduled...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: November 09, 2018 In: General Law Comments: 0

It is an unfortunate consequence of doing business that at some point in time a customer, patient, or client will have an outstanding balance with you or your company, and will include that outstanding balance in a Bankruptcy filing. If your customer, patient, or client includes an outstanding balance...

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