Maryland Estate Planning Lawyer
Properly planning your estate is a very important step to help ensure that your family, loved ones and/or your favorite charity are taken care of in your absence. A proper estate plan is especially important for individuals with family and/or considerable assets. Moreover, a well-planned estate can minimize estate taxes, which will leave more of your wealth to your heirs.
Each person has a different set of needs and it is the job of the estate planning attorney to offer sound advice as to the best course of action for each individual client.
At Long Badger & Sheller LLP, we provide comprehensive estate planning services for clients. Long Badger & Sheller LLP can handle almost any type of estate planning matter, from very basic estates to very complex estates. We provide counsel in the preparation of wills, living wills, health care directives, durable general powers of attorney, revocable trusts and charitable trusts. In addition, we offer long-term tax planning and asset protection services.
Estate Administration And Probate Law
When a family member passes away, an attorney’s job is to take care of estate administration issues so that the family can focus on what is most important to them. The probate and estate administration process can be quite complex and overwhelming. Long Badger & Sheller LLP can alleviate a lot of the stress associated with the probate and estate administration process. At Long Badger & Sheller LLP, we have extensive experience in the probate and estate administration process and will provide sound, competent representation throughout the entire administration of the estate. In addition, we are able to handle litigation relating to will/estate disputes.
At Long Badger & Sheller LLP, we put the client first. We offer down-to-earth legal representation, and we are dedicated to providing the highest level of service to each of our clients. If you need an attorney for estate planning and/or estate administration, please contact Long Badger & Sheller LLP today for an initial consultation (initial consultations for personal injury cases are free).