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Probate Law

At Shew & Dixon Law Office, we help our clients in Middletown, OH, navigate and understand the probate process using a gentle and proactive approach. We understand the challenges you and your family may currently be facing, and if you’re looking for a probate attorney to help, we’re ready to guide you every step of the way.

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Helping You Navigate All Areas of Probate

Guardianship

If your loved one is struggling, we’ll work closely with their doctors and medical providers to help you gain legal guardianship. As a legal guardian, you can ensure your loved one receives proper care and gains a higher quality of life, all while giving you peace of mind.

Guardianship

If your loved one is struggling, we’ll work closely with their doctors and medical providers to help you gain legal guardianship. As a legal guardian, you can ensure your loved one receives proper care and gains a higher quality of life, all while giving you peace of mind.

Wills

A will is a legal document that establishes how you would like to distribute your property, assets, and bank account after you pass away. Additionally, this document allows you to designate guardians for your children should something happen to you.

We also create living wills to ensure your end-of-life-wishes are fulfilled if you’re ever physically or mentally unable to express those wishes in the future.

Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is a person who has the legal right to make decisions, especially healthcare decisions, on your behalf in the case that you’re ever unable to. Our attorneys can also help you with the documentation needed to determine your Power of Attorney.

Adoptions

Adopting a child is extremely exciting, but with all of the rules and regulations involved, it can also be overwhelming to navigate. Whether you are adopting nationally or internationally, our attorneys can help you handle all of the documentation and provide guidance and support throughout the process. We work with both open and closed adoptions.

Trusts

Unlike a will, a trust does not need to go through probate court in order to go into effect. Creating a trust is ideal for clients who have larger amounts of property and assets. You can also create a child-rearing trust, which will lay out instructions for the care of any minor children in the event of your passing.

Estates

The loss of a loved one is emotionally strenuous, and our attorneys are ready to provide compassionate guidance throughout the settling of your loved one’s estate. We will prepare any legal paperwork and work with you to ensure property is distributed as laid out in the will or trust and that all of your loved one’s debts are addressed.

Wills

A will is a legal document that establishes how you would like to distribute your property, assets, and bank account after you pass away. Additionally, this document allows you to designate guardians for your children should something happen to you.

We also create living wills to ensure your end-of-life-wishes are fulfilled if you’re ever physically or mentally unable to express those wishes in the future.

Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is a person who has the legal right to make decisions, especially healthcare decisions, on your behalf in the case that you’re ever unable to. Our attorneys can also help you with the documentation needed to determine your Power of Attorney.

Adoptions

Adopting a child is extremely exciting, but with all of the rules and regulations involved, it can also be overwhelming to navigate. Whether you are adopting nationally or internationally, our attorneys can help you handle all of the documentation and provide guidance and support throughout the process. We work with both open and closed adoptions.

Trusts

Unlike a will, a trust does not need to go through probate court in order to go into effect. Creating a trust is ideal for clients who have larger amounts of property and assets. You can also create a child-rearing trust, which will lay out instructions for the care of any minor children in the event of your passing.

Estates

The loss of a loved one is emotionally strenuous, and our attorneys are ready to provide compassionate guidance throughout the settling of your loved one’s estate. We will prepare any legal paperwork and work with you to ensure property is distributed as laid out in the will or trust and that all of your loved one’s debts are addressed.

A Firm With Diverse Expertise

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Phone: (513) 422-4861

Fax: (513) 422-2793

Address

Shew & Dixon Law Office

16 N Main St.,
Middletown, OH 45042

Hours

Monday – Friday

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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