Category Archives: Estate Planning

Estate Planning

4 Trusts You May Never Have Heard About

When it comes to planning for the future, most estate planning attorneys would agree, your last will and testament is about the most fundamental…

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What a Power of Durable Attorney Can Do Even After Death

Traditionally, a Maryland power of attorney document dies with the principal, meaning that upon death, the power of attorney instrument ceases to…

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Creative Ways to Use Property Deeds as Part of Your Estate Plan

When planning one’s final affairs, most people think of things like their will, powers of attorney, or maybe even creating a trust…

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A Modest Argument for Having an Estate Plan in Your 20s

So, you’re in your twenties and you think nothing bad can happen to you? Good news. You’re perfectly normal. Most people in…

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Disputing a Fraudulent Will in Maryland

Many Americans create wills each year in order to give certainty to their loved ones and ensure that their possessions and assets…

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Fixing an Old Estate Plan

Did you have your will and powers of attorney drafted years ago – maybe even decades ago? Has life dealt you changes…

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Seven Frequently Overlooked Things You Absolutely Consider After Divorce

If you are going through (or just finalized a divorce), there are a lot of loose ends to tie up. Everything from…

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