We can assist your by preparing the legal tools you need to protect you and your family. Common estate planning documents include Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, and Advanced Medical Directives. We pride ourselves in giving our clients the personal care and attention they deserve at reasonable rates.
An advanced medical directive tells the medical community how to would like treated when it comes to Important Healthcare Decisions. Creating this document will step you through making informed decisions about end-of-life care and services. An advanced medical directive document was previously known as a Living Will.
Preserve your assets from catastrophic health care costs and death taxes. Explore the use of legal tools such as revocable living trusts, specail needs trusts, and credit shelter trusts to protect your assets.
Ensure that what you own is properly managed if you become incapacitated. Learn how this can spare your family the emotional and costly process of a court proceeding.
Tell the legal authorities what you want to happen to your possessions when you die by preparing and updating a document called a last will and testament. If you have minor children, this document identifies who you want to be their legal guardian and financial guardian.
If you do not have a will at the time of death, the courts will determine how your property will be distributed based on Maryland law.
As a service to our community, we offer in-home appointments and are available to meet clients at the hospital or nursing home. If you prefer to come to our office, we have two convenient locations in Northeast Baltimore (Baltimore County) and Bel Air (Harford County).
We are also available to present educational talks to groups at no charge.