The Chesapeake Blog

What Happens if I Die Without a Will in Maryland?

When you pass away without a will in Maryland, you are said to have died "intestate." Dying intestate means the state of Maryland determines how your assets are distributed based on its intestacy laws. It's a one-size-fits-all approach, and unfortunately, it might not...

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Who Should I Choose as My Executor or Trustee in Maryland?

One of the most vital decisions you'll make during the estate planning process is selecting a Personal Representative for your will or a trustee for your trust. These roles carry immense responsibility and ensure your wishes are carried out accurately and efficiently...

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Maryland Wills: 3 Things a Will CANNOT Do For Your Family

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iq02WtqLm_w At Chesapeake Wills and Trusts, we strive to empower you with comprehensive knowledge for effective estate planning. Part of this involves understanding not just what a will can do, but also what it cannot. Being aware of...

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Does Your Loved One Suddenly Need Nursing Home Care?

Preserve Your Future with Medicaid Crisis Planning Does your loved one suddenly need nursing home care? Here’s what to do. You probably know it’s best to plan for Medicaid in advance. But what if your elderly family member unexpectedly needs nursing home care or has...

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