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  • “How Often Should I Meet with an Estate Planning Attorney?” by Attorney Nicole Livingston  (Audio) An estate planning attorney can help you to make updates to your plans for your future. You should make certain that you have plans in place, which means you need to reach out to a lawyer for advice if you […] The post How Often Should I Meet with an Estate Planning Attorney? appeared first on Sincla...

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  • Are you concerned about the safety of your bank accounts? We all want to ensure our money is protected, especially considering fluctuating markets, increased expenses, and challenging family dynamics. The post Are Your Bank Accounts Safe? appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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Maryland ABLE Accounts

  • The ABLE Account is one of the most anticipated special needs planning tools of the last decade and is finally up and running in Maryland. The post Maryland ABLE Accounts appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • There are many changes for 2018. Congress passed a last-minute tax law, which the President signed the last business day before the Holidays. The post Tax Law Changes for 2018 appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • The first mistake with the use of trusts is not using the right type of trust. The post Two Common Mistakes with Trusts appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • The new tax law has dominated political discussion for months and will likely continue to do so well into 2018. Consequences, both intended and otherwise, are still unclear. The post New Tax Bill Awaits President’s Signature appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • Estate planning strategies evolve with time through all stages of life. The post Estate Planning for Major Life Events appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • The attorney’s job is to ferret out the true underlying goals of the client, such as asset protection, divorce protection and fairness. The post Client Control is Critical to an Effective Estate Plan appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  •  For many young adults, the consequences of not having an estate plan in place can be dire.  Anyone over the age of 18 needs at least a financial power of attorney, health care power of attorney, living will, and HIPAA form. The post Is Estate Planning Important for Young Adults? appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • A well-drafted will or trust is only one aspect of a good estate plan. There’s nothing wrong with using beneficiary designations where appropriate. But, the designations must be coordinated with the rest of the plan. The post Important to Coordinate Beneficiary Designations in Estate Planning appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • In going through the probate process, personal representatives have important responsibilities in winding up the affairs of a deceased person's estate.  The post Avoiding the Probate Process? appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • There are many reasons to use a Revocable Living Trust as an estate planning tool - Probate Avoidance, Privacy, and Incapacity to name a few. The post Reasons To Use a Revocable Living Trust appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • So what is probate? A simple definition of probate is that it is the court supervised process of transferring title of assets upon death. The post What is Probate and Why Should it be Avoided? appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • Online Marketing And Advertising Program Recommendations For Newbies POWER essays A new faculty expression delivers with it new subjects to review, exercises to finish, homework to produce, and for some, coursework to finalise and exams to sit. The completion of exams, no matter if they be at university, faculty or college, can be similarly as […] The post Online Marketing And Advertising Program ...

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  • Top Twenty Intimate Marriage Proposal Ideas proposal photography There are a lot of men and women who homecoming proposal ideas look ahead to Valentine’s Day and investing it with their very own “special somebody.” If that someone is a soulmate, the working day is even sweeter. It is frequently a working day to trade chocolates, […] The post Top Twenty Intimate Marriage Proposal Ideas proposal pho...

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  • “Top Considerations when choosing an agent for a Power of Attorney” by Attorney Nicole Livingston An power of attorney lawyer can help you to make a legally valid power of attorney in case you become incapacitated and need someone to act on your behalf. A power of attorney is a powerful legal tool that you […] The post Top Considerations When Choosing an Agent for Power of Attorney appeared first ...

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  • The personal representative will need to manage the assets held within the estate, including physically going through the tangible property. The post Personal Representative: Managing tangible property appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.”                            — Benjamin Franklin, in a letter to Jean-Baptiste Leroy, 1789 The post WHAT TAXES DO I NEED TO WORRY ABOUT WHEN I DIE? appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • “Options for Leaving Money to Irresponsible Heirs” by Attorney Nicole Livingston Estate planning attorneys provide assistance to people who have complicated situations with family members or loved ones who they want to leave assets to. Trusts can do many different things, but one of the key things that a trust can do is make it […] The post Options for Leaving Money to Irresponsible Heirs appeared...

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  • “Should I Agree to Be a Trust Administrator?” by Attorney Victor A. Lembo Trust administration can be a complicated process which places demands upon the trust administrator. If you are asked to serve as a trustee, you should be aware that you may become responsible for trust administration after death. In this position, there are […] The post Should I Agree to Be a Trust Administrator? appeared f...

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  • “What Should You Expect as a Trust Beneficiary” by Attorney Colleen Sinclair Prosser Annapolis trust attorneys provide representation to trust creators, or trust settlors as they are also called. Our legal team helps those who are interested in creating a trust to decide on the right trust type, to follow legal formalities for trust creation, […] The post What Should You Expect as a Trust Benefici...

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  • “How Does a Spendthrift Trust Work?” by Attorney Jon J. Gasior  (Audio) If you are thinking about leaving money to someone who isn’t very good with managing financial matters, you may wish to consider using a spendthrift trust. A spendthrift trust is a powerful tool that makes it possible for you to protect a loved […] The post How Does a Spendthrift Trust Work? appeared first on SinclairProsser L...

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  • “How to Create a Durable Power of Attorney” by Attorney Nicole Livingston A durable power of attorney is a vital legal tool that you should use if you want to make a plan in case of incapacity. Suffering an incapacitating illness or injury could leave you without the ability to express your wishes on medical […] The post How To Create a Durable Power of Attorney appeared first on SinclairProsser L...

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  • “Who is Responsible for Managing Assets During Probate?” by Attorney Victor A. Lembo Annapolis probate attorneys provide assistance to those who are involved in the probate process. As Investopedia explains, the probate process can take around a year to complete. In some cases, if the estate is a relatively simple one, the process will go […] The post Who Is Responsible for Estate Assets During Pr...

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  • “Should I Tell My Kids that I am Leaving Their Inheritance in a Trust?” by Attorney Colleen Sinclair Prosser (Audio) Annapolis trust attorneys help you if you are creating a trust for your children. Many parents will create a trust in order to provide for children who are not 18 at the time that they will […] The post Should You Tell Your Kids if You’re Leaving them Money in a Trust? appeared firs...

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  • Celebrities who make an estate plan need to take into account the fact that they will continue earning money, and could possibly even earn MORE money, after they are dead and gone. The post Celebrities and Estate Planning appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • “What If You Do Not Want to be an Executor of an Estate?” by Attorney Victor A. Lembo  (Audio) If someone you care about has passed away, you may have been named in the will as executor of an estate. If you are asked by a deceased person (a decedent) to be executor of an […] The post What if You Don’t Want to be the Executor of an Estate? appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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  • When you create an estate plan, you choose people to make decisions for you, such as agents, guardians, executors, or trustees. The choices for these roles are perhaps the most important decisions to make. The post Trustee, Executor, Power of Attorney: Who You Choose Can Make a Difference appeared first on SinclairProsser Law.

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