Ohio Supreme Court Adopts And Revises Probate FormsArticle: September 1, 2011 | Malpractice Alerts Archived
Effective September 1, 2011, the Ohio Supreme Court adopted new Probate Form 45(D) – Confidential Disclosure of Personal Identifiers. This form is to be used in probate courts to comply with Sup. Rule 45(D) that requires parties filing a case document to omit any personal identifiers from the document and include them on a separate form.
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