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November 20, 2018
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? 
October 26, 2018
Estate Planning in Towson, MD

The Magic Bank Account

Imagine that you had won the Following *PRIZE* in a contest: Each morning your bank would deposit $86,400 in your private account for your use.
February 17, 2018
Estate Planning Changes for Divorced Couples in Towson, MD

The Importance of Reviewing Assets & Estate Planning Documents Post-Divorce

Are you divorced or in the middle of a divorce proceeding? If so, you should review your estate planning documents, ownership titles on your assets and named beneficiaries.
February 9, 2018
Legal Services in Towson, MD

Understanding Contract Provisions as a Component of an Estate Plan

Reviewing contracts that control our accounts and asking questions about those agreements has become a necessary component of estate planning.
September 1, 2015
Estate Planning for Real Estate Assets in Towson, MD

Life Estate Deeds Advantages & Disadvantages

Today, it is possible to re-title the ownership of many assets by adding a beneficiary. When the asset is real property, for example your house, this occurs through the use of a life estate deed.
June 17, 2015
Advance Healthcare Directives, Wills, Power of Attorneys, Trusts and Special Needs Planning in Towson, MD

The Importance of Establishing Advance Health Care Directives

An Advance Health Care Directive can be oral, but usually is a written legal document. It expresses a person’s wishes about what should be done if they later become incapable of making their own healthcare decisions.
May 18, 2015
Estate Planning in Towson, MD

The Pros and Cons of Co-Owned Accounts

This article specifically addresses the Pros and Cons of accounts that are titled ‘Joint Tenant with Rights of Survivorship’, (JTWROS).
April 17, 2015
Estate Planning for Real Estate Assets in Towson, MD

Ownership of Assets

There is a common misconception that all real and personal property will pass through an individual’s estate upon his or her death.
January 14, 2015
Estate Planning Changes in Towson, MD

Having the Talk: Share Your Estate Plan with Your Family

Have you had “the talk” with your children yet? No, not that one. The one about your expectations regarding your estate when you pass away, or your healthcare if you are unable to care for yourself.
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