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October 2016 Archives

Keeping a will updated may be prudent for Maryland residents

Many Maryland residents may have already taken steps to create their estate plans. Creating a will is an action that many individuals find beneficial, but they may also want to ensure that they keep such documents updated. Without necessary changes, there is a chance that the document could be contested, and surviving individuals may face litigation relating to the estate. 

Keeping mum: Should you disclose you terminal illness to your family?

Gene Wilder. Robin Williams. David Bowie. As public as their lives were there was one salient piece of information they chose to keep private: Their terminal disease.

Maryland residents may have estate administration concerns

After a loved one passes away, family members may still have responsibilities to that individual's estate. Some of those duties may be related to ensuring that the deceased's estate is being handled in the proper manner. If individuals suspect that the executor of an estate is not fulfilling his or her duties, legal action relating to the estate administration may be necessary.

Maryland residents may worry about creating an estate plan

There are many factors to consider when estate planning, and as a result, some Maryland residents may seem intimidated by the process. Not only will individuals be faced with the prospect of their eventual demise, but numerous aspects will need to be considered and address in order to move forward. Luckily, legal assistance could allow individuals to better understand the process and feel more comfortable with creating an estate plan. 

Unfair estate administration actions could have negative effects

After loved ones die, family members are often put in charge of the remaining estate. The estate administration can play a significant role in the lives of the surviving family members and other individuals who may be affected by the terms of any estate plans. Maryland residents may be interested in a case that was recently reported on that involved estate issues among siblings.

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