Domestic Relations Law: How long does it take to get a divorce?

Domestic Relations Law: How long does it take to get a divorce?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Domestic Relations Law.

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False Advertising Claims against Anheuser-Busch

False Advertising Claims against Anheuser-Busch. In 1991, Richard Overton sued Anheuser-Busch for false and misleading advertising under Michigan State law. He also included one claim that appears to allege that he personally suffered injuries as a result of the false advertisements. A number of publications and websites parodied this lawsuit by focusing only on the Read more

Criminals need not bear the responsibility for their crimes alone when the real money is in Hollywood.

Criminals need not bear the responsibility for their crimes alone when the real money is in Hollywood. 1996, the family of Patsy Ann Byers sued Oliver Stone, Warner Brother, and others involved in the making and distribution of the movie Natural Born Killers for an unspecified amount. They claimed that the movie caused Sarah Edmondson and Benjamin Darrus to go on a crime spree Read more

If you can’t sue the system, sue yourself.

If you can’t sue the system, sue yourself. 1995, Robert Lee Brock sued himself for $5 million. He claimed that he had violated his own civil rights and religious beliefs by allowing himself to get drunk and commit crimes which landed him in the Indian Creek Correctional Center in Virginia, serving a 23 year sentence for grand larceny and breaking and entering. What could he possibly have to gain by suing himself? Read more

Domestic Relations Law: How much child support will I be ordered to pay or receive?

Domestic Relations: How much child support will I be ordered to pay or receive?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Domestic Relations Law.

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Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 East Kemper Rd. #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
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Domestic Relations Law: How can I protect my assets if the marriage doesn’t work out?

Domestic Relations Law: How can I protect my assets in the event my marriage doesn’t work out?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Domestic Relations Law.

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Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 East Kemper Rd. #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
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Avoiding Probate

“Avoiding Probate”

When I work with estate planning clients, the most common goal of my clients is to “avoid probate.”  Clients will come to me and tell me that they would like me to prepare a will for them so they can “avoid probate.”  There are ways to avoid Probate; however, you will not avoid probate by creating a will.  In fact, a will is almost guaranteed to be “probated.” 
Clients can avoid probate by making sure that any bank accounts and retirement accounts have a “transfer on death beneficiary” designated with the bank or account manager.  Generally, you will be required to fill out TOD beneficiary designation forms when you open any type of retirement account; however, this practice is not common with regular savings, checking, or certificate of deposit accounts.  In order to designate a TOD beneficiary for these accounts, the client will have to go to the teller and request a form to fill out to ensure their wishes are carried out.
Clients can “avoid probate” with property such as bank accounts and retirement accounts (as stated above), real property, life insurance policies, and vehicles.  If a client successfully completes the paperwork for these items, these items will be kept out of the probate court.  With that said, if the client owns other personal property at his death, the heirs will have to go through probate court to determine the proper disposition of the other property.  This is where a will becomes very helpful.
If the client had a will at the time she passed away, the executor will be able to determine the decedent’s wishes and distribute the property according to the directions in the will.  If there is no will, the property will be distributed according to the (intestacy) laws of the state in which the decedent died.  If you agree with the way the law distributes property when a person dies intestate, you may choose not to prepare a will at all; however, you must be familiar with the intestate laws in order to make that determination.  I recommend seeking counsel when determining which estate planning tools are right for your specific situation.
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Domestic Relations Law: What is financial misconduct?

Domestic Relations: What is financial misconduct?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Domestic Relations Law.

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Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 East Kemper Rd. #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
www.tibbslawoffice.com

Domestic Relations Law: What if I don’t know anything about our marital finances?

Domestic Relations: What if I don’t know anything about our marital finances?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series dedicated to the topic of Domestic Relations Law.

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Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 East Kemper Rd. #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
www.tibbslawoffice.com

Tibbs Law Office, LLC Introduction to 2017

Allow us to introduce ourselves.  This video should have been created and posted several months ago; however, its better late than never!  We hope you find our content helpful in your search for justice.

Top 10 Videos of 2018: #8 With 99 views during 2018, this video was the eighth most watched video of 2018.

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