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Do you really need a trust?

A lot of people think they need a trust, but they may not,” says Jay Nabors, who works with his wife, Linda, at Nabors & Nabors, the Strongsville-based law firm where attorney John J. Urban is of counsel. “It’s common to assume a trust can help you automatically avoid probate, but that’s not necessarily how it works.” A trust,...

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Your lack of planning can cost you

There’s a snappy little statement that goes something like this: “Your lack of planning does not constitute my emergency.” When it comes to estate concerns with our parents, that saying can be loosely applied, says Linda Nabors, who works with her husband, Jay, at Nabors & Nabors, the Strongsville-based law firm where attorney...

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Do you have a succession plan in place for your business?

There’s an important part of estate planning that most people who own businesses tend to overlook, says Jay Nabors, an attorney who concentrates in estate management along with his wife, Linda. Jay and Linda took over the legal practice formerly managed by John J. Urban. “Having John scale back on his involvement in the business prompted us...

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When your attorney retires

It’s bound to happen eventually. Your attorney decides to scale back on his workload and start spending more time away from the office in preparation for retirement. So, now what? “I promised a lot of my clients that I wouldn’t simply go out of business when I was ready to retire,” says John J. Urban, an attorney who has concentrated in...

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What do you really want?

When you’ve concentrated in the legal aspects of estate management since the mid ‘70s, you’re bound to keep clients for the long haul. “I’ve had the children of people I’ve done wills for 40 years ago come to me when their mom or dad passes away because mine is the name on the document,” smiles John J. Urban. “In some...

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