An Annapolis
Estates and Trusts
Law Firm

Litigation. Planning. Administration.

We are unique within our niche by handling all
aspects of estates and trusts.
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Protect Who You Love.

Good planning is about protecting your beneficiaries and
making sure that your intentions are honored.
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Preserve What You Cherish.

We can help you minimize death taxes and protect your
assets from potential creditors.
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Honor Your Commitment.

Serving as a personal representative or as a trustee requires
judgment, discretion, and, sometimes, the balancing of
conflicting interests.
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Enforce Your Rights.

Unfortunately disputes involving wills and trusts arise and
need to be resolved.
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A Maryland Estates &
Trusts Law Boutique

Litigation. Planning. Administration.

We are unique within our niche by handling all
aspects of estates and trusts.
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Our Firm

Our focus is Maryland estate law and Maryland trust law. Within this practice niche our Annapolis estate planning firm covers it all: estate and asset protection planning, estate and trust administration, and fiduciary litigation. These three core areas reinforce each other in ways that bring tangible benefits to our clients.

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Our Approach

Maryland Estate Planning  
Let our Annapolis lawyers guide you through the complexity and help you drill down into the detail necessary for good estate planning.

Maryland Asset Protection Planning  
Let our Annapolis lawyers help you protect your assets from your family’s potential creditors.

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