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Of Counsel Attorney Robert L. Davis Receives John L. Muething Lifetime Achievement Award from the Cincinnati Bar Association
Robert L. Davis, currently Of Counsel at DBL Law, has had an accomplished and dedicated career for almost 59 years.
Most of us are getting ready to submit federal and state income tax returns before the deadline. (Note: For 2016,
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Join us at Thomas More on the afternoon of Wednesday, April 29th at 4:00 PM for a complimentary Estate Planning
The previous position of the IRS with respect to indirect rollovers changed late last year effective January 1, 2015. An
Mark Twain said that “The fear of death follows from the fear of life. A man who lives fully is
Do you have a written estate plan? If you do not have a written estate plan, including a will, power of attorney, and a healthcare surrogate designation/living will directive, now is the time to create one. If you have a written plan, perhaps it’s time for a review.
As the April 15 tax filing deadline approaches, it may be a good time to review your estate plan. If you do not have a written estate plan, including a will, power of attorney, and a healthcare surrogate designation/living will directive, now is the time to create one.
For most, having a will and other estate planning documents is a chore which no one enjoys. Once completed, there is a feeling of great satisfaction in completing the arduous task and the documents are placed in a special place for safe keeping and soon forgotten.
Are you the beneficiary of a trust from which you would like to receive more income? If so, there is a statute that may help you reach that goal.
The estate planning documents that a lawyer may prepare, such as a will or trust agreement, are but one step
Dying without an estate plan lets the state determine the disposition of your property. At that point, it’s too late
Hard working people, young and old alike, are often so busy with everyday life that they never get around to
In August, 2006 Congress passed the Pension Protection Act, included in which is a potentially very beneficial, but little known,
Here’s a real-life scenario to ponder. Your mother has passed away of a rare cancer. You find yourself the executor of her estate. Your