How to search for an obituaries in Ohio?
Select a city or town in Ohio from the alphabetized list below. Through our advanced obituary search, you may search our database of obituaries by name, location, date of death and keywords. We are constantly trying to improve our data and make the search for obituaries as easy as possible. We encourage your input.
Where to find obituaries in Kent, OH?
Once you find the obituary you are looking for, you can get important information about upcoming services, share a favorite photo or memory, and send flowers or gifts to the family. John Joseph Busher, Jr., 76 of Kent, Ohio passed away at UH Portage Medical Center on June 8, 2021 due to complications from diabetes.
What happens to children born outside of marriage in Ohio?
Children conceived by you but not born before your death will receive a share. Children born outside of marriage. If you were not married to your children’s mother when she gave birth to them, they will receive a share of your estate if your paternity is established under Ohio law.
What happens to your house when your husband dies?
When someone dies owning property, that property gets a stepped up basis to the value at the date of their death. If your husband owned half the house at his death, then his half would get the stepped up basis. If you resided in a community property state, it is possible that both halves got a stepped up basis, depending on the laws of your state.
Where did my mother live when she died?
This answer is not intended to provide you with specific legal advice regarding your situation, or to create any attorney-client relationship. I am going to assume your mother lived in Georgia, since that’s where your question is from. If she lived in another state, then you should consult someone licensed…
Can a person still live in the home of a deceased relative?
Living in the home of the relative who died – maybe because you were caring for him or her — does not mean you have the legal right to stay there after their death. For example, the deceased may have left the home to someone else in their will. If there is no will, who gets the house will be determined by the deceased’s state of residence.