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August 2017 Archives

Financial documents may help Maryland executors through probate

After the death of a loved one, many individuals would like to take time to focus on their grief. This step is understandable as many Maryland residents may struggle with such a situation and need time to heal. However, for an individual left in charge of a deceased person's estate, there may be a need to focus on other responsibilities as well to ensure that probate goes smoothly.

Self-created estate plan could leave room for dispute in Maryland

Estate planning needs can vary from person to person. As a result, some individuals may feel that they could easily create an estate plan that suits their desires without outside assistance. However, this method of creation could leave room for serious error, even when working on basic estate issues. If Maryland residents have more complex property, it may be wise to avoid DIY methods.

Revocable living trust may help Maryland residents' privacy

Many people enjoy keeping their lives as private as possible. Numerous Maryland residents may believe that their business should remain out of the public eye, and because of this desire, they may have some hesitation when it comes to estate planning. After creating a will, the document goes into the public record, which many parties may find displeasing. Luckily, a revocable living trust could offer more privacy.

What type of guardianship may a Maryland resident need?

When a person ages, the possibility exists that he or she will lose the ability to properly care for him or herself. This type of situation could arise due to a variety of factors, and when an individual becomes incapacitated, guardianship may become necessary. Appointing a guardian can be a complicated process, and therefore, concerned Maryland residents may want to gain more information.

Power of attorney info may benefit Maryland residents

Having someone else in charge of one's life is something that many young people cannot wait to change. As individuals reach an older age, however, they may come to realize that appointing someone to take over decisions may be a wise step to take. When Maryland residents come to such realizations, they may begin looking for more information on power of attorney appointments.

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