Legal Resources Provided by the Ohio Bar
|Administering an Estate Without a Will
|Do Not Resuscitate
|Financial Powers of Attorney
|Living Wills & Health Care Powers of Attorney
Resources Provided by the Ohio Supreme Court
|Cultural Misconceptions about Deaf People and the Challenge for the Courts
Legal Practice in the Probate Court
Legal practice in the probate court is restricted by law to attorneys who are licensed by the Supreme Court of Ohio. If an individual wishes to handle his or her own case, he or she may do so; however, they may not represent others. Due to the complexity of the law and desire to avoid costly errors, many individuals who have filings before the court are represented by an attorney.
Deputy clerks are prevented by law from practicing law and, therefore, are limited in the amount of advice they are permitted to give.