Minor children are a major part of succession planning

by Ryan Conklin

At the ripe old age of 33, I am surrounded by children. Many of my friends have youngins’ or are expecting, my wife’s family has three boys, and plenty of our clients have kids. Although they are the smallest family members, minors play big parts in succession planning. Here are some pointers to help with planning for minors:

What is the age of majority in Ohio?

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