December 4, 2019
You’ve likely heard both of these terms before, but Wills and Trusts are two different devices that are useful in estate planning. They can be used to serve different purposes or be used together to create a more complete and comprehensive estate plan. Let’s take a look at the differences between the two to better […]
Having a Will or a Trust is a key component of estate planning—how much do you know about trusts and what they can do for you? Trust: Defined A trust is a legal document that provides for a trustee to hold or distribute your assets both during your lifetime and after your death, and allows […]
March 11, 2016
When we talk about Maryland estate planning, the conversation often revolves around how you can protect your family after you pass away. But what if you don’t have a family? Everyone’s circumstances are different, and there are plenty of people who are not married, have no children, and no close relatives. If this is your […]
January 11, 2015
We have all heard of the Last Will and Testament. Maybe you have one yourself, or have been named in someone else’s Will. But what about a Trust? A Trust is an alternative to a Will, but not many people are familiar with or understand what it does and does not do. A Trust will […]
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