Tag: Maryland Estate Planning Attorney

A Trust Gives You Control: The Key Players in a Trust

Trusts are created to manage assets during life, transfer assets at death, and to control bequeaths to heirs so as to protect inheritances. The main word is control. Trusts allow a person to control his/her assets. If this is one of your estate planning goals, it’s time to consult with us. There are different types… Continued

The Effect Of Divorce On Your Estate Plan

by Tara Frame Shortly after you were married, you had your estate plan prepared, including your last will and testament, your power of attorney and your health care directive, which left your entire estate to your spouse and named your spouse as your power of attorney and health care agent. Since then, you have been… Continued