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Honest Estate Planning

Planning for the inevitable is not easy, but it is necessary. We understand how difficult it can be to think about the future in this way. Our expert estate planning team works diligently and compassionately to make sure your wishes are met. Whether you’re planning for the near future or decades ahead, we’ll help you take all the necessary steps to protect your family.

Protect yourself and take care of your loved ones while you’re still here. Planning for the future is key.

A Comprehensive Approach

Our experience allows us to make the process simple and painless. If you’re looking for a way to maximize the impact your estate has on your loved ones, we’ll help guide you through those end-of-life decisions. We’ll work together to understand your goals so that we can carefully craft a plan to achieve them.

Albers & Associates will assist and guide you in planning and drafting your will, trust, advance directive, power of attorney, or probate.

The Albers & Associates Team

Ross Albers
Ross W. Albers
Robert Fiore
Robert Graham Fiore
Of Counsel
Lauren Macari
Lauren Macari
Joseph W. Tychostup, Esq.
Joseph W. Tychostup
Attorney & Managing Partner
Myles F. Friedman, Esq.
Myles F. Friedman
Jillian Miceli
Jillian Miceli
Personal Injury Paralegal

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if I don’t have a will?

Each state has its own laws for how a person’s assets are distributed if they pass without a will. In general, the State of Maryland will list your next of kin in the order by which they will receive a portion of your estate.

How do I choose my power of attorney agent?

Many people choose a family member, such as a spouse or one or more children, to act as agent for their estate. Choose someone you trust, and consider integrity rather than financial security. The person must not be a minor.

What is probate?

A probate is the formal legal process that recognizes a will and appoints the executor or personal representative who will administer the estate and distribute your assets to the intended beneficiaries.