Maryland Estate Planning Attorneys Help Protect Your Assets
Everyone should have a Financial Power of Attorney, a Healthcare Power of Attorney and Last Will and Testament. Our attorneys have extensive experience in handling the most simple to the most complex estate plans. Whether yours is a complicated family dynamic or a complicated financial plan, we can help. From simple to complicated, we have experience in blended families, pet trusts, gun trust, asset protection and small business succession planning.
If you loved one has died, it is important to get early advice on handling the probate and non-probate estate. Time frames are critical in deciding if there are assets that should be disclaimed, which type of probate estate should be opened and locating critical information concerning other non-probate assets.
Call us if you need some guidance. We stand ready to help.