Probate is generally thought of as the process of transferring assets of the deceased to their heirs under court supervision. If the decedent died testate (meaning with a will), the heirs are those named in the will. If the decedent died intestate (meaning without a will), then the heirs are those spelled out by the Ohio Revised Code and typically include the spouse or spouse and children. In Ohio, the probate court also has jurisdiction over guardianships and trusts.

Contact Fry Law, LLC today to see how we can help you with:

  1. Probate administration
  2. Trust administration
  3. Guardianships
  4. Power of Attorney disputes