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In Ohio, in order to be eligible for unemployment benefits, you must have worked a sufficient number of weeks and earned sufficient wages in the months before filing your claim. Continue reading
You do not have to a millionaire to need a trust. As a rule of thumb, anyone with probate assets of more than $50,000 should consider a trust. Continue reading
If you need to remove assets from a trust during your lifetime, you have the right to do that. You can deed any real estate back out by using a deed, and you can sell the assets or use them as collateral on a loan. These assets in the trust still belong to you. Continue reading