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During probate, who needs to know about a person's passing?

After the passing of a loved one, it can seem as if time stands still. Ohio residents may stop going about their regular routines for at least a few days as they grieve and process their loss. However, the executor of the decedent's estate still has a lot to do, and the responsibilities associated with probate can begin almost immediately.

Contingencies can help reduce the stress of real estate purchases

Looking for the perfect home can take some time. It is not uncommon for people to become frustrated and stressed after viewing a large number of homes, but when the right one comes along, it can feel as though everything is beginning to fall into place. That feeling may not last long during the due diligence portion of the real estate transaction, and many Ohio buyers may experience significant stress when they realize the enormity of what they are doing. What happens if something goes wrong? Can a buyer walk away from the transaction?

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