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What is Probate and How Does it Work?

October 4, 2018
Wills

Probate is the process that handles your estate and carries out the provisions of your Will, after you pass away. The probate process can be quite lengthy from beginning to end. By having a better understanding of the process, you can ease some of the stress and overall uncertainty of its proceedings. What is Probate? […]

Upcoming Presentations for Effective Business Planning

September 7, 2018
Business Law

As an adjunct professor at Carroll Community College, Kathleen Rus Esquire is no stranger to teaching. As an accomplished attorney, she is also no stranger to providing effective strategies for navigating the legal aspects of business planning. Kathleen Rus Esquire will be giving three presentations on “Exit Strategies for Your Business” at Carroll Community College […]

Legal Advice for Putting a House in a Trust in Maryland

September 4, 2018
Trusts

A trust is an arrangement that allows the management of property and other assets when the owner of the assets is incapacitated or passes away. One of the most common pieces of property put into a trust is a home. So, let’s take a look at the legal aspects of placing and owing a house […]

Understanding Revocable Living Trusts in Maryland

August 1, 2018
Trusts, Wills

Similar to a Will, a Revocable Living Trust (or “living trust”) is a legal document that controls what happens to someone’s assets when they pass away. However, there are a few key differences between Revocable Living Trusts and Wills in the State of Maryland. What is a Living Trust? A living trust is a legal […]

What Does an Estate Planner Do?

July 3, 2018
Estate Planning

Estate planning is an essential part of your financial life as you age. But what does an estate planner really help you with in regards to your end of life planning? Let’s take a look at what an estate planner really does and how their services can benefit you. What is an “Estate”? Your estate […]

Will My Children Inherit my Debts?

May 3, 2018
Uncategorized

The average American has over $175,000 in debt. If you’re a parent, the question of what happens to your debts once you pass away has probably crossed your mind more than once. Although generally your children will not be personally responsible for your debts, your estate or assets may be subject to those debts, and […]

Tips for Comparing Business Lawyers in Westminster, MD

April 10, 2018
Business Law

When you need the help of a professional, it’s smart to take some time and evaluate multiple options. This is especially true when it involves seeking out a business lawyer. When you open a business, there are plenty of things you will need to do that require the help of a business lawyer. Establishing a […]

3 Major Tasks in Estate Planning

March 12, 2018
Estate Planning

You might not think estate planning is something you need to do until you are older, but if you have family, a home, or any sort of savings, it’s an important plan to put in place in your adult life. Let’s go over the 3 most important tasks in estate planning: Task #1: Count Your […]

What’s the First Step to Starting a Business?

February 5, 2018
Business Law

Starting your own business may not be the easiest task, but its benefits and rewards can be well worth it once you are established. Let’s take a look at the first few steps to forming a business. Step #1 – Have an Idea The first step in any business plan is to define and establish […]

How to Set Up a Power of Attorney

January 4, 2018
Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is a designation given to someone who, with your permission, can make decisions for you. This is very helpful in the event you are ill or otherwise unable to make a decision or need help making future decisions. Setting up a Power of Attorney is an important part of any estate […]

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