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Amy Grover

Amy Grover

Attorney and Legal Content Writer

Amy Grover, Esq. is a licensed attorney in the state of Ohio. After graduating magna cum laude from the University of Cincinnati College of Law and passing the bar, Amy began her diverse career as an attorney.

Amy has a range of experience in the legal field, including work with the Department of Justice in administering victim compensation funds, and representing clients in trial court, appellate, and administrative proceedings.

Amy also has experience in various areas of law, including litigation, discovery, estate, administrative, regulatory compliance, juvenile, family, criminal, employment, and civil rights.

Amy has a passion for writing. She helps attorneys and other legal service providers educate their clients by clearly explaining legal concepts in plain English.

Articles written by Amy Grover

When To Use A Written Employment Contract
Every written employment contract can be modified to fit your particular requirements. The terms will explicitly alter the at-will relationship...
Agent's Rights & Limitations As Power of Attorney
As a part of comprehensive estate planning, you may be considering drafting a Power of Attorney (POA) but are wondering about the rights and...
5 Estate Planning Documents for Young Adults
Contrary to popular belief, estate planning involves more than merely deciding who gets your money when you die. It also enables you to determine...
How to Get a Power of Attorney for an Elderly Parent
Elderly parents may need assistance making both financial and medical decisions, and a power of attorney can alleviate issues stemming from cognitive.
Understanding the Uniform Power of Attorney Act (UPOAA)
Numerous states have enacted the Uniform Power of Attorney Act (UPOAA) in order to allow Americans to anticipate that their power of attorney...
Sole Proprietorship vs. LLC: Which One To Choose
As a small business owner, choosing the legal structure of your business, whether it is a sole proprietorship or an LLC, is a vital decision.
The Differences Between Warranty and Quitclaim Deeds
There are several different types of deeds that can be drawn up during the sale of any property, and while they all have similar purposes...
Does Power of Attorney Need To Be Notarized?
Properly notarizing a Power of Attorney (POA) can strengthen its validity, but not all states require notarization. This article will trace the...
What is an Affidavit and How Is It Used?
An affidavit is a written form of a sworn statement. This article will explain how and when affidavits are used and other information you need to know
How to Write an Effective Demand Letter
A demand letter (also called a letter of demon) is a legal document one party sends to another party in an effort to resolve a dispute...