To open probate of an estate in Maryland, the original of the deceased person’s last will and testament must be provided to the register of wills. If the original of the will is lost or destroyed, a copy of a will may be admitted to probate if spec…
A Last Will and Testament is an essential part of most estate plans. This legal document can accomplish many goals for your estate. A complete estate plan includes other important documents as well. Understanding what to include in a Maryland Will is…
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…
In Maryland, there are only a handful of reasons to contest a will, and courts are strongly inclined to follow the expressed wishes of the person who made it (also known as the testator). If you believe however that a will is false, forged, or outdat…
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…
If you die without a will in Maryland or do not express your final wishes in an 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 o…
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.
Some years back Henry Nash was the attorney for my mother’s estate – a contested matter which was litigated. Mr. Nash is knowledgeable and effective in court. We settled my mother’s estate on terms which were very favorable to me. Now I am an elderly disabled veteran. Mr. Nash has drafted my Will and other legal papers. He helps me with government benefits and insurance issues so that I can… Read More
– Robert C., elder law / disability law and estates & trusts law client, Olney, 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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