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Having a will is the first step in an estate plan. When you own any asset(s) you should have a written plan as to how you want your assets to be distributed.
You should review your estate plan every 3-5 years, unless there has been a major life change such as birth, death, disability, divorce, etc.
At a minimum, I recommend that my clients children should have a health care power of attorney and living will in place, at the age of 18. They may still be on your insurance but you may not be able to get a prescription refill for them.
Your local (county in Ohio) Probate court generally has links to both the law and forms. Otherwise, google Ohio Revised Code Chapter 2113 or start with http://codes.ohio.gov/ .
With Probate, you may have started and realized that it is much more difficult than anticipated. That's okay, we are happy to step in and help.
With estate planning, we are not here to sell you on multiple trusts. We are here to give you choices about the options available to you.