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What Happens if Someone Dies Without a Will?

Singles & Spouses with No Will

What is intestacy?

Who can and should be a personal representative

Types of Powers of Attorneys

Hire an Estate Attorney after these events

Three Estate Documents Everyone Needs

Rapidly Expanding Maryland Law Firm Adds Estate Planning Section

What Happens if Someone Dies Without a Will?

Category: Maryland Estate Planning
July 5, 2018

The death of a loved one can be very traumatic. So when it comes time to handle their assets, you need to know how to proceed. If your loved one dies without a will, you may wonder what will happen to their estate. Today we’re going to walk you through what you need to know. […]

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Singles & Spouses with No Will

Category: Maryland Estate Planning
June 7, 2018

Don’t have a will? Perhaps, you should know what will happen if you die without a will in Maryland.  Specifically, if you are single or are married. Singles A single person in Maryland can come with many different types of scenarios with regards to their estate after they die. With Living Parents and no Descendants. […]

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What is intestacy?

Category: Maryland Estate Planning
May 24, 2018

Very few people actually understand what will happen if they die without a will. There are many assumptions that people have about their estate. The biggest assumption is that everything will automatically pass to your spouse after you die. This is wrong. Even if you die without a will, Maryland has a default will for […]

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Who can and should be a personal representative

Category: Maryland Estate Planning
May 17, 2018

Choosing a personal representative can be difficult. Anyone who is 18 years or older can be your personal representative. Who should be your personal representative is a different matter entirely. Choosing a personal representative There’s no doubt that for most married couples it should be your surviving spouse. However, the problem comes into play when […]

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Types of Powers of Attorneys

Category: Maryland Estate Planning
May 3, 2018

There are several types of powers of attorneys. Power of Attorney Our office can help you decide on and draft the appropriate power of attorney for your situation. General Power of Attorney The first type is a general power of attorney. This power of attorney grants general powers to your agent in regards to your […]

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Hire an Estate Attorney after these events

Category: Maryland Estate Planning
April 30, 2018

Waiting until your deathbed is too late to start planning your estate.  This is something you should do right now to make sure your affairs are in order for your loved ones. Here, are several events in your life that might help you decide to finally work with an estate attorney. Five events that might […]

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Three Estate Documents Everyone Needs

Category: Maryland Estate Planning
April 26, 2018

There are three documents that everyone needs. Each one has a specific purpose and goal in mind. They are the Will, Advanced Medical Directive, and Power of Attorney. The Will The Will’s main objective is to govern the disposition of your assets after you have died. But it can control much more than that. There […]

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Rapidly Expanding Maryland Law Firm Adds Estate Planning Section

Category: Maryland Estate Planning
April 25, 2018

The Law Offices of Ross W. Albers today announced further expansion. In the previous year, Albers has expanded the Criminal and Civil Litigation Practices, along with the addition of a Real Estate Section. Now, The Law Offices of Ross W Albers is growing again with the Estate Planning Section. CEO, Ross Albers says “We’re extremely […]

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