New Advisory Opinions Address Online Lawyer Referral Service and Conflicts for Legal InternsJune 21, 2016 — Columbus, OH | Download PDF | Media Contact: Antionette Goff
The Ohio Supreme Court has adopted amendments to the Standard Probate Forms in the Rules of Superintendence for the Courts of Ohio, effective July 1, 2016.
The new probate forms will:
- Form 21.6 permit a person applying for a name change to waive the public announcement requirement where such publication will jeopardize the applicant’s personal safety.
- Forms 26.0 – 26.14 facilitate the involuntary treatment of alcohol and drug abusers.
Click here to read Probate Forms 21.6 and 26.0 – 26.14
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