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Year: 2022

  • Can I Do a 1031 Tax Exchange Between States?

    Ohio 1031 Exchange Services Lawyers at the Wolterman Law Office Can Help You With a State-to-State 1031 Exchange.

    A 1031 tax exchange is a way to exchange real property without incurring capital gains tax. This enables you to exchange real estate for other property of an equal or greater value, known as a “like-kind property.” Section 1031 is a federal tax code, so you can exchange properties between states. A state-to-state 1031 exchange […]

  • Are Fatal Accidents More Likely on Memorial Day Weekend?

    Cincinnati Car Accident Lawyers at the Wolterman Law Office Can Help You After a Memorial Day Accident.

    Statistics show that Memorial Day weekend is one of the deadliest times for car travel in the United States. Memorial Day takes place on the last Monday in May, and the holiday weekend begins Friday night, includes Saturday and Sunday, and extends through Monday. Considered by many to be the unofficial start of summer, it […]

  • How Long Do I Have to Sue for a Car Accident in Ohio?

    Cincinnati Personal Injury Lawyers at the Wolterman Law Office Can Help You File a Claim on Time.

    The statute of limitations for a personal injury claim in Ohio is two years. That may seem like a long time, but you should pursue a claim as soon as possible. Car accidents can be traumatizing, even minor ones. You could be seriously injured, leaving you entirely focused on your recovery and not worrying about […]

  • Can Potholes Cause Car Accidents and Injuries?

    Cincinnati Car Accident Lawyers at the Wolterman Law Office Can Help Hold Liable Parties Accountable for Severe Pothole Accidents.

    Ohio roadways undergo a lot of wear and tear that can cause significant potholes. Some potholes might be shallow and relatively harmless. Others might be huge and cause damage to your car. Potholes can wreck your car’s tires, suspension, and steering. Potholes could also cause drivers to lose control of their vehicle, leading to a […]

  • What Are Like-Kind Properties?

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    For real estate transactions under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, where capital gains taxes can be deferred, the term “like-kind” is used to define the properties that can be exchanged. Like-kind is essentially saying that the two properties being exchanged are of the same nature or kind, but do not have to be […]

  • What Is a 1031 Exchange?

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    The federal government enables property owners to exchange similar investment properties without having to pay a capital gains tax. The U.S. Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 applies only to investment or business properties. You could not exchange a private home or a vacation home and benefit from the 1031 exchange advantages. A business or an […]

  • Car crash in Trotwood claims 1 life, injures others

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    Despite their own best efforts at staying safe on the road, motorists in Ohio and elsewhere cannot control the actions of other drivers. A moment of inattention or an act of recklessness on the part of a driver can lead to vehicle accidents with horrendous results. Sadly, one woman in Trotwood lost her life recently […]

  • Ohio family seek answers regarding fatal crash

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    Police are charged with keeping city streets safe for all. When people break the law and try to evade capture, police must resort to pursuing the suspect, which can involve high-speed car chases. Over the years, a number of accidents have occurred due to police conducting high-speed chases, claiming the lives of innocent motorists who […]

  • Ohio car crash in Cincinnati claims passenger’s life

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    Despite their best efforts to stay safe on the road, drivers in Ohio and elsewhere can still become involved in vehicle accidents due to the recklessness and negligence of other drivers. Accidents that occur because of this can cause terrible hardships and losses for those involved. Such seems to be the case in a recent […]

  • Planning for the future for your special needs child

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    The future is unpredictable, but there are certain steps you can take as a parent that allow you to protect the interests of your loved ones. Estate planning gives you the opportunity to implement certain tools that will allow you to provide for your kids even after you pass away. One way you can do […]