Adult Guardianships

Sometimes it becomes apparent that a loved one can no longer take care of themselves. Basic tasks that we take for granted every day, like paying bills, or major decisions like whether or not to have a medical procedure or where to live, become impossible with age or disability. Ideally your loved one has a financial power of attorney and an…

Organ Donation

If you have a driver’s license in Maryland, you have probably already given at a least a cursory thought to organ donation. You can provide much more detailed information about your organ donation preferences (also called anatomical gifts) in your Advance Directive.

Divorce and Estate Planning

The law makes a number of assumptions about estate planning and marriage. When divorce happens, some new assumptions are made, but they may not be what’s best for you. Here’s what you need to know about divorce and estate planning in Maryland. If your marriage is headed for divorce, you should get new estate planning documents as soon as possible,…

Estate Planning for Blended Families

If you or your spouse have children from a previous marriage, estate planning provides some added challenges. In Maryland if you die without a will, stepchildren won’t inherit anything if you are survived by your spouse, your own children, siblings, parents, uncles and aunts, cousins, cousin’s children. In other words, your stepchild almost certainly won’t inherit anything from you without…

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