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November 2016 Archives

Disputes may put estate administration on hold in Maryland

When individuals die without creating an estate plan, it is not unusual for surviving family members to face conflicts. There are cases in which estate disputes could have many repercussions, and estate administration could be put on hold while the issues are addressed. Maryland residents may be interested in one such case currently taking place out-of-state.

Maryland residents may be concerned with probate proceedings

Losing a loved one can be an extremely difficult time in anyone's life. If Maryland residents must handle the estate of a deceased family member, they may wonder what steps they need to take in order to ensure that the probate process is addressed in the correct manner. There are numerous actions that may need to be carried out, and as a result, individuals may wish to seek assistance. 

DIY estate plan documents not best choice for Maryland residents

Many Maryland residents thinking about estate planning may think they can handle the process on their own. However, creating an estate plan can, at times, be complicated, and there may be facets that could be easily overlooked without the proper professional help. As a result, surviving loved ones may face issues when it comes to attending to the estate.

A Maryland resident may not want to avoid creating an estate plan

End-of-life decisions may be something that makes many individuals cringe. Confronting mortality can be a hefty task, and some Maryland residents may choose to believe that planning for death is not necessary. However, an estate plan is an essential tool for an individual who hopes that his or her children will be taken cared for and that his or her assets and wishes will be properly handled after death. 

4 things to put in your will

Many people put off making a will, thinking that there is always time, and many of them end up dying without a will. However, creating a comprehensive will can save a lot of time, hassle and money. Wills are not just about assigning your financial assets. Your will is also the instrument for communicating several important decisions.

Decisions for a Maryland estate plan require careful discussion

When making estate planning decisions, many Maryland residents may wish to consider how their families will be affected by those determinations. Because an estate plan addresses more than just who will be left property, individuals may want to assess their family dynamics in order to avoid unnecessary conflicts. An attorney is typically able to help insure that the terms of an estate plan fit the desires of the client.

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