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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

How Do You Write a Notice To Vacate Letter
Writing a notice to vacate letter can be a delicate process, but you do not need to overly complicate things. When the time has come for one of...
How to Prepare an Online Estate Planning During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to make many changes in our way of life. The ongoing public health crisis also has given us a stark reminder...
What You Should Know About Employment Contracts and COVID-19
If your company has made a policy of having employees agree to employment contracts, you may be concerned about how the COVID-19...
Guide for a Successful Rental Application Process
In a hot rental market, standing out on your rental application can mean the difference between landing your dream space and ending up taking...
Partnership Agreement Terms and Your Business
When deciding how to legally structure your business, there are various factors to consider. One form of organizing the business - a partnership -...
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...
How To Make A Contract Legal
A legal contract is an enforceable set of promises made between two or more parties. Both written and oral contracts can be legally valid, as long...
The Eviction Process in 5 Steps
Eviction is a legal process a property owner can use to regain control from a tenant. In the United States, eviction is governed by state law...
How To Start a Business During COVID-19
Coronavirus has forced thousands of businesses to close their doors permanently, and there is no end in sight. While some people who were laid off...