Trusts have many uses. Perhaps the most important is that they can provide privacy at death. Garry Shandling is thought to have used a trust to provide privacy for those he left behind. "Trust for Privacy" by Attorney Victor A. Lembo "Trust for Privacy" by attorney Victor A. Lembo Trusts are a very valuable tool when planning your estate in order to provide structure for who will be in … [Read more...] about Trusts for Privacy
"Planning for Incapacity" by Attorney Alexander M. Pagnotta (Audio) One of the most important considerations in an estate plan is incapacity planning. This article describes how an estate plan provides incapacity planning and the documents which may be used to accomplish that planning. It also looks at how having a plan in place may relieve stress during an emergency. Often, when people … [Read more...] about Planning for Incapacity
When you think of making an estate plan, you probably think of creating a will. While many people do no estate planning at all, a substantial number of people who do make a plan will only make a will and not go any further in the planning process. Unfortunately, for many people, a will is just the start of the documents you need to provide full protection for yourself and your loved ones. You … [Read more...] about 3 Reasons Why Creating a Will Isn’t Enough
The clock is ticking! If you have not yet signed up for one of our Free Estate Planning Seminars, time is running out! The Waldorf location is already full! We still have seats at Chesapeake Beach, Edgewater, Annapolis and Bowie but they are filling up fast! The presentation establishes the necessary components of an effective estate plan. It is delivered as a case study profiling the … [Read more...] about Free Estate Planning Seminars Next Week! Register now!
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One of the most important aspects of estate planning is what I call “lifetime planning” also known as incapacity planning. That lifetime planning includes incorporating documents into your estate plan to provide decision making power to your loved ones in the event that you are unable to make decisions for yourself. These documents include a revocable living trust in which you name a successor … [Read more...] about How Do My Estate Planning Documents Work In The Event Of My Incapacity?
"How Do My Estate Planning Documents Work In the Event of My Incapacity?" Attorney Jon J. Gasior … [Read more...] about How Do My Estate Planning Documents Work In the Event of My Incapacity?
"What is Elder Law?" by Attorney Jon J. Gasior … [Read more...] about What is Elder Law? (Audio)
"Who Should Be the Executor of Your Will?" by Attorney Nicole Livingston … [Read more...] about Who Should Be the Executor of Your Will? (Audio)