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Protection for your adult child

“Once they turn 18, your children are legally adults. If they get hurt, doctors and nurses may or may not let you make decisions regarding medical issues or give you information,” explains Jay Nabors, who, along with his wife, Linda, is an attorney at Nabors & Nabors, the Strongsville-based law firm where attorney John J. Urban is of counsel...

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The Uncorked Medina Wine Festival is July 19 & 20 at Buffalo Creek Retreat

The Uncorked Medina Wine Festival is back for a third exciting year, this time featuring “the best of Ohio wines.” The two-day festival is being held Friday, July 19, 4-9 p.m., and Saturday, July 20, 2-9 p.m., on the grounds of the beautiful Buffalo Creek Retreat in Seville (part of Medina County Parks). The festival will feature 14...

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Stop paying extra to be dead

Nobody wants to pay more than they have to for pretty much anything. Then why do we, as a society, insist on paying extra when it comes to estate matters? There are ways to avoid shelling out additional money for the probate process, says Linda Nabors, who, along with her husband, Jay, is an attorney with Nabors and Nabors, the...

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Your adult kid could be your alternate

When you have kids under the age of 18, your main focus in estate planning might be who will take care of them in the event you pass. But once they hit that magical age of legal adulthood, that kind of thinking should change says Jay Nabors, who, along with wife, Linda, is an attorney with Nabors and Nabors Ltd., the Strongsville-based law firm...

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What if your kids hate your spouse?

If you’re the head of a mixed-family household, additional estate planning is the key to keeping the peace should you pass, says Linda Nabors, who, along with her husband, Jay, is an attorney with Nabors and Nabors, the Strongsville-based law firm where John J. Urban is of counsel. “In cases where there is a second wife or step-children,...

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