Estate Planning Attorney Dayton Ohio

When you are planning for the future, look to an experienced attorney that you can trust for guidance.

Whether you are looking out for your family’s best interest with wills and trusts, or your own with healthcare directives and decisions about powers of attorney, Jason will use his experience in wills, trusts, and probate to provide the best advice. You will receive help with all of your estate planning needs such as understanding the differences and benefits of wills, trusts and more.

Jason is experienced in providing personal planning, whether in contemplation of death and future provision for loved ones, or the painful separation of one’s affairs during a divorce or dissolution.

Need to write your own will? Everyone should have a will. While it is not always pleasant to think about, a will’s purpose is to direct where and how your possessions will be distributed upon your death, provide for the payment of your last bills, and provide for the administration of your estate. It is your blueprint regarding how you want your last affairs to be ordered.

Probate Avoidance: However, if you do not want the probate court to oversee your affairs, there are several probate avoidance measures you should take, whether in the creation of a trust or arranging your assets to pass out of probate, such as titling your real estate as joint with rights of survivorship, prepare a transfer on death affidavit, making all of your assets pay on death (POD) or transfer on death (TOD).

You will receive knowledgeable advice and help with all your estate planning needs:

  • Wills
  • Trusts
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Burial Arrangements
  • Powers of Attorney and other planning documents

Jason's estate planning law firm serves all surrounding communities including: Riverside, Beavercreek, Centerville, Oakwood, Washington Township, Springboro, Jefferson Township, New Lebanon, Trotwood, Vandalia, Huber Heights, Xenia, Fairborn, Yellow Springs, Jamestown, Cedarville, Springfield, Spring Valley, Bowersville, Port William, and Wilmington, OH.