If you’re taking the proactive step of protecting your loved ones well after you’ve passed away, congratulations. Estate planning is one of the best ways to ensure that your loved ones won’t have to face
Probate is the legal process in which the court decides the validity of a will, and oversees the administration of an estate. It can be a lengthy and expensive process, but there are ways to avoid it. Here at DK Rus Law, we would like to explain
Wills and living trusts (also known as a Revocable Trust) are both estate planning tools that help you distribute your assets after death as you see fit, but there are distinct differences between the two.
Probate is the process where the property of decedent (deceased person) can be transferred to their heirs and beneficiaries. If you will soon be entering the process of probate, then you should contact an estate
If you’re overwhelmed by the thought of estate planning, you’re not alone. Many Americans put off establishing their Will and estate plan simply because they don’t know much about what these legal processes entail. Documenting
Estate planning is something that—understandably– most people do not like to think about; no one likes to contemplate their death. But while it may be an uncomfortable subject to address, planning for the care of
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Kathleen is a Wills, Trusts, Estates, & Business Law attorney, and a member of the Maryland Bar. Having practiced law for over 25 years, she is a dedicated, compassionate professional ready to meet your estate or business planning needs.