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June 6, 2019
Estate Planning Changes in Towson, MD

Fluid Estate Planning

A fluid estate Plan is necessary today. Divorce, marriage, and having children are some of the few things that truly can affect every aspect of your life.
June 6, 2019
Estate Planning in Towson, MD

Reasons to Create an Estate Plan Now

Have you ever said or overheard someone else say I do not need a Will, Power of Attorney or Advance Care Directive? 
May 20, 2019

Navigating the Medicaid Minefield

What you don't know about Medicaid can cost you and your loved ones. Here are some common traps that can be avoided with planning and help of a knowledgeable elder law attorney.
May 1, 2019
Elder Law in Towson, MD

Alzheimer’s Preparation

The Alzheimer’s Association currently estimates about 11% of those over the age of 65 have Alzheimer’s and that number is expected to triple by 2050.
April 30, 2019
Aging at Home

Aging at Home

A 2015 AARP survey found nearly 90% of people age 65 plan or desire to live in and age in place at home as long as possible.
April 4, 2019
Debt After Death

Debt After Death

Some of the most frequently asked questions in the estate-planning field are about debt and what happens to it after you die.
March 23, 2019
Warning Signs of Cognitive Decline

Warning Signs of Cognitive Decline

It can be unpleasant to think about losing our parents or them becoming ill, and when issues involve mental health it can be even more challenging.
March 22, 2019
Common Medicare Scams

Common Medicare Scams

Despite the best efforts of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, recipients of both programs are frequently the targets of various identity theft schemes.
February 24, 2019
Estate Planning in Towson, MD

Choosing a Beneficiary

Planning for a future after you die is never fun, but it is one of the best ways we can protect and help the ones we love.
January 22, 2019
Immediate Annuities

Immediate Annuities

To qualify for Medicaid, a Federal program wherein the government pays a portion if not all of an elderly patient’s long-term care costs, an applicant cannot own more than $2,500 in countable assets.