Practice Areas

Elder Law & Disability Law

Elder Law & Disability Law The Rockville Law Office of Henry Nash practices Elder Law and Disability Law in Montgomery County and throughout Maryland. Read about the firm’s Elder Law Services here. Learn more on specific topics below or contact us to schedule an appointm… Read More

Long-Term Care / Medicaid

Medicaid is means tested: the government looks at both the nursing home resident’s and, if applicable, the nursing home resident’s spouse’s assets when determining financial eligibility for benefits. The law provides for a number of ways to spe… Read More

Supplemental Needs Trusts

In Montgomery County, Maryland the average cost of nursing home care is about $11,000 per month. Medical Assistance (Medicaid) is the government health insurance program that helps pay that cost. About two-thirds of all long-term nursing home residen… Read More

Legal Guardianship for Disabled Adults

Guardianship is when a court appoints a person to help a disabled individual with the disabled person’s health care and/or financial affairs. Under Maryland law guardianship is a last resort. Maryland courts will not appoint a guardian if a less re… Read More

Estate Planning

Estate Planning Estate planning is crucial for anyone who wants to have peace of mind when they pass. Although many people understand the importance of drafting a will, a comprehensive estate plan can utilize a number of legal tools to satisfy your goals. Whether yo… Read More


By executing a last will and testament (Will) you determine how your property is distributed after you die. A Will states who you want to inherit your property. A Will also states how you want them to inherit the property. Distributions can be outrig… Read More


A living trust (sometimes referred to as an “inter vivos trust”) provides for management of trust property during life, and distribution of trust property following death. You must fund a living trust by titling property into the name of the trus… Read More

Advanced Health Care Directives

By executing advance health care directives now you can help determine what kind of health care you will receive in the event you become incapacitated. Two kinds of advance health care directives are a durable power of attorney for health care and a… Read More

Durable Financial Power of Attorney

A durable financial power of attorney is a legal document in which you name somebody to make decisions about your financial affairs in the event that you become incapacitated. Maryland courts recognize and enforce all properly executed powers of atto… Read More

Probate Law / Estate Administration

Probate Law / Estate Administration Probate is the legal proceeding by which one settles a decedent’s estate. In most cases Maryland probate is highly structured and Court-supervised. The personal representative is bonded (insured). At the start of probate the Register Of Wills notif… Read More