Richard K. Abraham, Esquire
Mr. Abraham grew up in Maryland before moving to Ohio to attend Ohio Wesleyan University. After working for a year, he matriculated at Capital University Law School where he was awarded a Juris Doctor degree in 1983. Mr. Abraham was selected President of the law school student body during his third year at Capital. He also served on the University's Board of Regents and was awarded the prestigious Dean's Award.
He has been a member of the local legal community for more than 20 years becoming a recognized attorney for his distinguished career and accomplishments. Abraham is admitted to practice law before the state and federal courts of Maryland.
Mr. Abraham is a founding member of Abraham & Bauer L.L.C. In 2000, he and Susan Affleck Bauer merged their existing law firms to create Abraham & Bauer. The firm maintains offices in Baltimore and Harford Counties in order to provide services to their broad range of clients. Abraham manages the firm's Towson office. He has established practice concentrations in all aspects of estate planning, estate and trust law, elder law, and maintains a thriving fiduciary practice where he serves as a fiduciary or represents that person.This annually includes a large number of guardianship, trust, power of attorney, and estate cases.
Abraham is an active member in a number of professional organizations that focus on law, the senior community, and estate planning. He is a member of the Elder law and Estate Planning sections of the Maryland State Bar Association. He is also an active member of the Baltimore County Bar Association where he has chaired a variety of committees. In addition, Abraham is a former member of the Executive Council for the Bar Association of Baltimore City. He was also instrumental and chaired the committees in both the city and county bar associations when they received ABA certification for their respective Lawyer Referral Services. Abraham is also a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Geriatric Assistance Information Network of Harford County (GAIN), Life Planning resources (LPR) which he co-founded, and the Maryland Senior Resource Network (MSRN).
This extensive experience led Abraham to become a popular speaker on a number of topics. He is a frequent lecturer who has presented seminars in continuing education format to other attorneys, on a monthly basis to the employees of Baltimore City, at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins University, Northrop Grumman, McCormick Spice, St. Joseph's Hospital, the retirees of Bethlehem Steel, the employees of the FDEA, and others.
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