Medicare and Medicaid (which is called Medical Assistance in Maryland) are both programs that provide healthcare-related financial assistance for Maryland elders. The names of the programs sound remarkably similar, but the programs themselves are v…
A living trust — also sometimes called a revocable living trust — is a good estate planning tool for some people. Before you decide whether a living trust should be part of your estate plan, take the time to understand how a Maryland living trust…
Maryland law requires that administration of a deceased person’s estate occur in the county where the deceased person maintained his or her legal residence. This article provides an overview of the complex laws that apply to probate and estate ad…
If you live in Maryland and do not express your final wishes in a will or estate plan, state law determines who makes your funeral arrangements and receives your property. In our Rockville, Maryland, estate planning practice at The Law Office of He…
Our elder law clients at The Law Office of Henry Nash — most of whom reside in Rockville or elsewhere in Montgomery County, Maryland — often ask us exactly what types of matters “elder law” includes. As a relatively new area of legal practi…
Probate is the Maryland legal proceeding by which one settles a decedent’s estate.
Probate starts by filing a petition for probate asking the court to open an estate and appoint a personal representative (executor).
For the protection of interested…
It depends on your circumstances and goals as to whether a Will or a revocable living trust makes more sense for you. But here in general terms are some observations about Wills and living trusts.
A durable financial power of attorney is a legal document in which you name a financial agent, who is somebody to make decisions about your financial affairs if you are incapacitated.
“Durable” means that the power of attorney remains in effect n…
If you become incapacitated and need medical treatment, what kind of care will you receive, and who is going to make health care decisions for you? The answers to these crucially important questions include surrogate health care decision making and a…
Under Maryland law the court shall appoint a guardian of the person if the court determines, from clear and convincing evidence, that an individual lacks sufficient understanding or capacity to make or communicate responsible decisions concerning his…
We hired Henry Nash to draft our Wills and other legal documents, and to advise us about estate planning for long-term care. Mr. Nash is very knowledgeable about these issues. He fully answered all of our questions and provided us with a lot of helpful information. We are very satisfied with Mr. Nash’s legal services.
– Stephen and Barbara J., elder law / disability law and estate planning clients, Rockville, Maryland
Montgomery County Elder Law and Estates & Trusts Attorney
Henry Nash is a graduate of the University of Maryland, and received his juris doctorate (J.D.) From the George Washington University School of Law. Mr. Nash has been licensed to practice law in the state of Maryland since 1989, and in the District of Columbia since 1990.
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