Are You the Trustee of a Special Needs Trust?

/ By: Jon J. Gasior

Category: Asset Protection, Beneficiary Designations, Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Medicaid, Social Security Income, Special Needs Planning, Special Needs Trust, Trustee, Trusts

  Are you the trustee of a Special Needs Trust? Do you have a child with a disability that will receive government benefits? Disability planning is an often overlooked aspect of estate planning that requires unique...

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What Do I Do With My Estate Plan When Moving In or Out of the State

/ By: Brooke J. Shemer

Category: Estate Plan Review, Estate Planning, Estate Tax, Estate Taxes, Financial Power of Attorney, Healthcare Directives, Healthcare Power of Attorney, Inheritance Tax, Living Wills, Medical Directive, Powers of Attorney, Trusts, Wills

Many of my clients intend to move from Maryland when they retire, either because they own property elsewhere and want to spend their retirement years there, or they want to be closer to children and...

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The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys

/ By: Colleen Sinclair Prosser, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, Asset Protection, Elder Law, Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Estate Tax, Estate Taxes, Free Estate Planning Seminars, Incapacity Planning, Long Term Care Planning, Nursing Home Expenses

  The attorneys at SinclairProsser Law, LLC are members of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys.  “The Academy” as it is commonly known,  is a group of attorneys dedicated to helping families plan their estate,...

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