Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorneys Colleen Sinclair Prosser, Nicole Livingston, Jon J. Gasior, and Victor A. Lembo in Annapolis, MD and surrounding areas, provide Living Trusts, Wills, Probate, Trust Administration, Asset Protection, Special Needs, and Elder Law services.  They guide their clients and families as they transition through life’s cycles, providing security and peace of mind.


Welcome to the online home of SinclairProsser Law, LLC. We are located in Annapolis, Maryland, and have satellite offices in Bowie, Millersville and Waldorf.  We focus on estate planning and elder law matters..

When you plan your estate, you protect the people that you love the most. Each family is unique, so your estate plan should be custom crafted to ideally suit your needs. If you are looking for a law firm that will provide you with personalized attention, you have found the ideal resource.

Wills and Trusts

You should act in a fully informed manner when you are planning your estate. There are different ways to facilitate asset transfers, and the optimal course of action will depend upon the circumstances.

A last will can be a good choice for some people, but under some circumstances, a trust may be preferable. There are different types of trusts that can be utilized, and you don’t have to be wealthy to take advantage of the benefits.

Nursing Home Asset Protection

The majority of seniors will someday need long-term care, and Medicare does not pay for living assistance. Nursing homes are very expensive, so this is a pressing elder law issue.

Medicaid is a government health insurance program that will pay for nursing home care. If you take the right steps in advance, you may be able to qualify for Medicaid without losing a great deal in the process.

Incapacity Planning

When you are planning your estate, you should address end-of-life issues. Incapacity among elders is common, so your estate plan should include an incapacity planning component.

Through the execution of durable powers of attorney, you can name representatives to act on your behalf in the event of your incapacitation. You can add a living will to state your preferences with regard to the utilization of life-sustaining measures.

Estate Planning & Elder Law Reports

We have assembled an extensive collection of special reports that cover many different estate planning and elder law topics. These in-depth reports can provide you with a solid foundation of very useful information. The reports are free, and you can access them through this website.

To browse the list of titles, visit this page: Free Reports.

Schedule a Consultation

If you would like to discuss your estate planning goals with a qualified estate planning attorney, our firm can help. You can send us a message through our contact page to request an appointment: Annapolis MD Estate Planning Attorneys.

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