Advance Directive

Elder Law Decision Making

Elder Law Decision Making

I hiked the Manitou Incline at the base of Pike’s Peak this summer along with my daughter, son-in-law, and daughter-in-law. The trail is one mile up the mountain covering 2700 steps that translates into 2000 vertical feet from 6500′...

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Will for Heroes 2016

Will for Heroes 2016

I spent yesterday at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rescue Squad building as a volunteer at Wills for Heroes. In the morning I taught the basics of the law behind a will and probate administration to volunteer lawyers whose daily practice is in other...

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Finding a Financial Advisor

A large percentage of my clients have financial advisors. Younger clients are reminded by the advisors to have a will, power of attorney, and advance medical directive prepared. Older clients come in with larger estates thanks to steady investing...

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Christmas Peace of Mind

Two days before Christmas and I decided to take off a couple of hours to finish my shopping. I walked through the mall in Annapolis looking for a few last gifts for the family. I was joined by many families shopping and children getting their...

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Wills for Heroes

Once again I participated in the Wills for Heroes program this time in Baltimore. Wills for Heroes provides wills, powers of attorney, and advance medical directives for first responders. This year the program has been expanded to include...

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How much will it cost?

I get many calls on what the charges are for a will or trust. The answer is that it depends on the complexity of your situation. Everyone is different and every will and trust is crafted for your situation. However, if you fit into one of the...

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Vacation Time

Summer vacation planning often triggers the guilt for those who have put off having their wills and trusts prepared. Summertime accidents remind us of the importance of properly prepared Advance Medical Directives and Powers of Attorney. Remember...

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Do Not Resuscitate Orders

Boris Veysman wrote an interesting article on Do Not Resuscitate orders from a Physician’s viewpoint that was published in the Washington Post.   A physician or nurse practitioner must sign a DNR order. Maryland Emergency Medical Services...

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