Yes. It is a constitutionally protected right in Ohio. See Klein v. Leis, 99 Ohio St.3d 537. I have received a couple calls on this issue so I wanted to put this here to clarify. In Ohio, you may open carry. Now, there are some restrictions as usual such as you cannot open carry and…

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When it comes to understanding trusts, clearly knowing the differences between the different types is crucial. The most common question I receive is whether a revocable or irrevocable trust will offer the type of security, privacy, and sound estate planning sought. Well, the main difference is simply that revocable trust can be changed at anytime…

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When thinking about or researching to buy a restaurant, it is often thought of as a less risky option than starting your own restaurant business from the ground up. However, without proper financial research, due diligence, and consideration for the essential legal steps and potential liabilities involved, it can be even more risky than starting…

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Proper Estate Planning is Simple Anyone who knows me knows that I like to keep it simple. What is more is that you don’t need complex documents to protect your estate and your loved ones. It really is quite simple and I am going to tell you what four documents are the most important to…

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The ATF revised the Form 1 (Application to Make and Register a Firearm) and Form 5 (Application for Tax Exempt Transfer and Registration of Firearm). The newest option to the Form 1 is that you may now pay for the $200 tax stamp with your credit or debit card. Check or money order will be…

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