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Planning your estate is the ideal time to consider your philanthropic goals. Once you establish your goals, you can then work with a planner to determine the most financially savvy and expeditious avenue to accomplish those goals.
The Ohio Department of Medicaid issued new agency rulings effective September 1, 2017.
A little over twenty years ago, on my first day of work as a lawyer, I learned how to use the Internet. Until that day, I had lived more than thirty years without it. Today's millennials learn the Internet from the cradle and can't imagine life without it.
A situation may arise whereby an individual is injured outside a covered vehicle whereby the negligent party either is uninsured or underinsured.
Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston is proud to announce that Attorney Monica E. Russell has been awarded with the Medina County Athena Young Professional Award.
It is common for married couples to jointly hold title to their home. If the couple separates, then they either agree on who will keep the home or a judge decides through divorce proceedings. But what if the property owners are not married?
Project owners need to be aware of the hidden risks on construction projects. Whether you are a general contractor, subcontractor or an owner, do you know what risks you are undertaking in a particular project and did you properly evaluate those risks when agreeing upon a price?
Federal law requires all U.S. employers to ensure proper completion of Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States. Both employees and employers must complete their respective sections of the form.
Securing your business succession plan before it's too late is just as valuable as growing your business. Your succession plan is your retirement or exit strategy, and each business owner has his/her unique path. Securing your business succession plan before it’s too late is just as valuable as growing your business. Your succession plan is your retirement or exit strategy, and each business owner has his/her unique path.
Ohio courts have long held that a well is producing in paying quantities if the revenues from the well exceed the expenses involved in maintaining the well. Unless production from the leased property has ceased in its entirety, mineral owners face an inherent disadvantage in deciding whether to argue that wells on the property are no longer producing in paying quantities and the lease has therefore terminated.