Two National Police Reform Bills – Which is better?

There are two police reform bills currently in the United States Congress. The first is the "George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2020" (actual bill available here) and the other is the "Just and Unifying Solutions To Invigorate Communities Everywhere Act of 2020" or "JUSTICE Act" (text available here) for short here is a quick difference of the two:

Just stop. You sound like an idiot.

I have heard more about "riots," supporting law enforcement, and preserving "our history" than I care to. It is obnoxious. Riots! Folks, what has occurred in the days after George Floyd's death and public demonstrations are FAR from "riots." If you need to be reminded of what a riot looks like, there is a documentary … Continue reading Just stop. You sound like an idiot.

Special Pricing! – Estate Plan

We continue to have a lot of interest in the promotional pricing we ran for our estate plan packages. On average, we can only handle five to ten new clients per week for this special. If you are interested in doing this, be sure to reach out to Amy (by email Amy.David@mplawltd.com or telephone 614-467-4569 … Continue reading Special Pricing! – Estate Plan

Limited Offer – Discounted Estate Plans

Bill and I are watching the Coronavirus the same as everyone else. Like many, we feel a little helpless. We decided to run a promotion that will hopefully provide some peace of mind to folks. Depending on response, it'll run through April 2020. If you're interested, we will setup telephone appointments to gather all of … Continue reading Limited Offer – Discounted Estate Plans

Can we stop? And take a breath?

This is some scary stuff - no question. The Director of the Ohio Department of Health has announced there are over 100,000 Ohioans who have likely been infected (NBC4). There is no stopping or avoiding the Coronavirus, but rushing out to the grocery store and treating your anxiety with toilet paper isn't going to help … Continue reading Can we stop? And take a breath?

When do my parents need to go to a nursing home?

As my father ages, my sisters and I are, once again, collaborating on how to "solve" the problems. When do we need to move him to a nursing home? What to Evaluate? The short answer is the existing dwelling and the person's ability to perform activities of daily living (ADL's). We can delay a move … Continue reading When do my parents need to go to a nursing home?

Hacks for Your Aging Parent

Here are some things you should consider for your aging parent: Grab Bars, Grab Bars, Grab Bars Did I mention grab bars? Bathrooms are a huge fall risk! Depending on the shower design (walk-in versus tub/shower combo), you'll need some outside the shower, insider the shower, and near the camode as well. The other place … Continue reading Hacks for Your Aging Parent

First Year of Assisted Living Costs – Columbus, Ohio

It is the beginning of 2020 and I'm looking over the financials. My household, the firm finances, and Mom's finances - I guess it is just that time of year. One of the biggest safeguards against self-dealing, or a fiduciary misappropriating funds, is the disclosure of information - particularly to beneficiaries. This is the reasoning … Continue reading First Year of Assisted Living Costs – Columbus, Ohio

A series of spectacular failures.

In the Spring, I cut a piece of plywood into about 400 pieces. For some reason or another, the visual, when plywood is turned on its side, is appealing to me. I layed the pieces out into a herringbone pattern and glued everything up. It took... forever. Here is the top after sanding, filling voids, … Continue reading A series of spectacular failures.