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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The Importance of Having Your Estate Planning Documents Reviewed When Moving Out of State

/ By: Cyndi Jenkins, Office Manager

Category: American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, Estate Plan Review, Estate Planning, Financial Power of Attorney, Healthcare Directives, Healthcare Power of Attorney, Law Changes, Living Trusts, Living Wills, Medical Directive, Powers of Attorney, Wills

  Whether you’re moving out of the state or recently moved to Maryland, it is important to have your estate planning documents reviewed after you are settled in a new state. Generally, a will executed outside...

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Family Incentive Trust is Alternative to Disinheriting

/ By: Colleen Sinclair Prosser, Estate Planning Attorney

Category: Asset Protection, Beneficiary Designations, Blended Families, Business Planning, Charitable Giving, Charitible, Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Family Wealth Trust, Inheritance Planning, Legacy Planning, Legacy Wealth Plan, Living Trusts, Planning for Minor Children, Privacy

Recent headline news reported that actor Philip Seymour Hoffman left his entire estate to his girlfriend and nothing to his three young children, therefore disinheriting them.    It is reported that he did not want to...

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A Life Estate Deed Can Be an Important Tool in Medicaid Planning

/ By: Jon J. Gasior

Category: Asset Protection, Deed, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Joint Tenancy, Life Estate Deed, Long Term Care Planning, Medicaid, Nursing Home Expenses, Probate, Probate avoidance, Real Estate

  A particular type of Life Estate Deed can be an important tool in estate planning and Medicaid eligibility.  The titling of property is a large component of your estate planning which should be discussed when...

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