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Buckeye Crime Writers presents Larae Schraeder, Esq. - Shared screen with speaker view
Eileen Curley Hammond
20:10
Welcome Lisa!
Lisa Leoni/Kinley
20:32
Thanks!
Andrew Welsh-Huggins
26:19
A fellow Kenyon grad! Excellent...
Margaret Turkevich
55:23
what about adopted childen?
Patrick Stuart
55:32
how long does probate usually take?
Margaret Turkevich
55:43
children given to adoptive parents
alanpomiecko
56:41
what is the difference between a revocable and irrevocable trust and can the irrevocable trust be challenged?
Andrew Welsh-Huggins
57:13
Seven years pass, a missing spouse is declared legally dead, and he/she shows up a week later. Do they have any rights at that point?
alanpomiecko
01:05:52
Are most if not all statues like the slayer statue decided by the supreme court?
Patrick Stuart
01:12:20
wouldn't his speaking to a psychologist be considered doctor/patient information?
alanpomiecko
01:14:54
what would happen in this case of the depressed engineer that many years later he shows up alive after a payment would of been made
Margaret Turkevich
01:14:56
in presumption of death does the court issue a death certificate? after 7 years?
Patrick Stuart
01:21:48
What about someone born from a rape, but the rapist dies? Are they entitled to part of the rapist's estate?
Margaret Turkevich
01:22:55
what about the heirs? I had to outlive my parents by 90 days in Massachusetts
Andrew Welsh-Huggins
01:24:39
Plot line: child of parent hanging on after car crash that killed other parent pushes for them to stay on life support until 121 hours are reached.
Margaret Turkevich
01:26:59
so if a child is turned into social services, the child's parents have no right to the child's assets
Margaret Turkevich
01:30:55
is this real property or all assets?
alanpomiecko
01:32:25
was it mentioned that the state of ohio is the only state that provides for the dowry statue?
Patrick Stuart
01:36:09
Not a question, but my wife is looking at me funny . . .
Margaret Turkevich
01:36:16
what about continued care for a handicapped child or grandchild
alanpomiecko
01:37:37
has there been cases where a judged been influenced to favor a certain party during a will contest in real life?
alanpomiecko
01:38:41
in the scenario of a influenced judge what happens to the judge?
Andrew Welsh-Huggins
01:38:53
What's a common estate planning mistake or two a couple might make, that a scheming relative could exploit?
Patrick Stuart
01:39:05
In Ohio (my coffee shop knowledge), if one spouse dies without a will, the estate goes to the surviving spouse. Any situation where this wouldn't happen?
Lisa Leoni/Kinley
01:45:41
This was so helpful! Thank you!!
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01:46:23
Thank you
Margaret Turkevich
01:46:38
thank you! fascinating
Jim Sabin
01:46:48
Thank you so much; very helpful!
Kandy Williams
01:46:51
Thank you, Larae. Great info!
Trudy
01:47:01
Great presentation, Larae!