Recent News and Updates
Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston is pleased to announce that Member Sarah Baker is the 2019 recipient of the ATHENA Young Professional Award.
Almost everyone knows (or has heard) of the importance of having (at least) a will in place. It is a simple estate planning document, but is extremely important to make sure your wishes are carried out after your passing.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is set to begin the collection of W-2 wage information from mid-sized and large employers that includes total hours worked broken down by gender, race and ethnicity—known as “Component 2” data.
A second marriage later in life can trigger several issues regarding who will receive assets upon one spouse's death. However, additional issues may arise related to a spouse needing long term care (nursing home/assisted living).
Car insurance can be very expensive, and trying to save on your auto insurance policy may seem like a good idea. However, there are some coverages you do not want to forego in an effort to save a few dollars, and one is your UM/UIM coverage.
CCJ is very pleased to congratulate attorney Brad Proudfoot on his selection as this year's winner of the Wadsworth Area Chamber of Commerce's "Community Volunteer of the Year" award.
As people live longer, remarriage becomes more and more common. People may lose their spouse or divorce while still contemplating a long life ahead for themselves. Statistics show that the largest population of people getting remarried are in the age
Many individuals appointed as trustee of a trust feel completely unprepared to serve in this role. It is extremely important to meet with a trusted attorney to discuss your legal duties.
What have I built during my life, both personally and financially? What type of legacy do I want to leave? Planning your estate is the ideal time to consider your philanthropic goals.
Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd., unanimously elected Amy L. Demlow as its managing member, effective March 1, 2019. Demlow, a corporate attorney in the firm’s Medina office, becomes the first female managing member in the history of a law firm that traces its roots to the Civil War.