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Should I Transfer My Assets into A Living Trust on My Own?

By |2019-12-02T14:21:52+00:00January 29th, 2019|Estate Plannning, Trusts|

The first step to having assets officially owned by a living trust and not by you personally is to set up a living trust. However, don't forget the second and crucial step of funding a living trust, which involves making sure that the assets are transferred into the trust and officially owned through it.  When

Is It Important to You That Wealth Remains in Your Family? Use a Trust

By |2019-01-17T18:18:49+00:00January 15th, 2019|Estate Plannning, Trusts|

Trusts as an estate planning tool have become even more important in light of recent tax law changes and the growing desire for privacy and additional planning opportunities. Trusts have been the cornerstone of many wealthy families' estate plans as individual trust grantors and creators want to enhance the privacy maintained by their individual family.

Is it Worth Avoiding Maryland Probate?

By |2019-01-15T16:40:14+00:00January 1st, 2019|Probate|

If you pass away with a will or fail to take extra care in your estate plan, certain assets will end up in Maryland probate. Although this is the official process for closing out your estate, you might not want your heirs to have to work through probate and deal with the additional costs

Don’t Forget These Five Aspects When Creating A Will

By |2019-01-15T16:47:57+00:00December 18th, 2018|General|

A will protects your family and your assets and yet plenty of Americans don’t have a power of attorney or a will. During the accumulation years, or the time period you spend working and earning money, there are many different phases of your life that you may encounter, including donating to

Medicaid

By |2019-01-15T15:04:19+00:00July 3rd, 2018|Uncategorized|

Medicaid Many people worry what will happen to their home and their children’s inheritance if they ever need to go into a nursing home. Nursing homes and other long-term care facilities are exceedingly expensive, and Medicaid requires you to meet stringent limits on income and assets. This is