As a general rule, if your estate includes any solely-owned property, it likely will need to go through a specific estate administration process under state law. The personal representative of your estate is the person appointed by the court to handl…
One of the risks posed by the coronavirus (Covid-19) is the potential incapacity (even if only temporary) of anyone infected by the virus. Elders and individuals with serious underlying health conditions are especially in peril. This real-life risk r…
Trusts are a very important tool in estate planning. They often are the best way to address an individual’s needs and wishes. Do you wonder if your estate plan should include one? While most people understand generally what a Last Will and Testamen…
In discussions about estate planning and estate administration, a basic question that many people ask is whether every Maryland estate must go through probate. Answering the question provides the opportunity to explain two commonly-used terms that of…
Seniors are susceptible to financial exploitation and abuse from strangers, caregivers, and even family members. Savings accumulated over a lifetime can vanish in an instant. Putting assets in a revocable living trust is one way to safeguard assets a…
When an elder requires long-term care, Medicaid may provide financial benefits to help pay the high cost. In some cases, it is necessary to use special strategies and tools to be eligible for Medicaid benefits and preserve assets to the maximum exten…
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…
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.
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. Read More
– 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. Practice Areas Advance health care directives Durable financial powers of attorney Guardianship Medical Assistance… Read More
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