Finally, a will is necessary to tell your loved ones about your wishes for your property distribution after you have passed away. Many people think they don't need a will, but did you know that a spouse who has children does not receive the entire estate if there is no will? The estate is shared between the spouse and any surviving children unless a will directs otherwise.
In addition, the office offers services with probate and estate administration regarding the deceased person's estate. Estate Administration is necessary in order to handle the final affairs of a departed loved one. Remaining heirs are not able to sell cars or homes or transfer assets unless an estate is opened. We can assist you with these issues in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Services include will, living wills & power of attorney preparation.
Powers of attorney allows you to designate a person handle some form of your business when it is inconvenient for you to do so. These documents are in effect while you are alive.
A living will provides your loved ones and your doctors with information regarding your wishes for medical care and treatment when you are unable to speak or communicate for your self. Specific instructions may surround your wish to have or not have a blood transfusion, certain medications, respirator assistance or any other source of life support.
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