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Carney Maryland Estate Planning Attorney and Will Filing

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Maryland law allows Wills to be filed with the county in which you live. As an estate planning attorney who works in Carney, I have encountered clients who have failed (or their attorney failed) to file their Will with the county. This is a critical final step in the Will creation process as it ensures […]

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Owings Mills, Maryland Estate Planning: File a Will

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Maryland law allows Wills to be filed with the county in which you live. As an estate planning attorney who works in Owings Mills, I have encountered clients who have failed (or their attorney failed) to file their Will with the county. This is a critical final step in the Will creation process as it […]

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Parkville, Maryland Estate Planning: File Your Will

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Maryland law allows Wills to be filed with the county in which you live. As an estate planning attorney who works in Parkville, I have encountered clients who have failed (or their attorney failed) to file their Will with the county. This is a critical final step in the Will creation process as it ensures […]

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Can you get a speeding ticket while riding a bicycle?

I answered this question today over at Hopes&Fears. Thanks to Jared Fischer for the invite and interview! For a free, confidential conversation to discuss this and other legal matters, contact Maryland attorney Stephen J. Reichert at 410-299-4959, sreichert@reichertlegal.com or by clicking here.

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Baltimore, Maryland Estate Administration: How to Remove a Personal Representative

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Under Maryland Law a Personal Representative can be removed from service. Maryland law sets the standard for removal. To remove a PR you should retain a Baltimore probate attorney so that the facts can be evaluated against the law, and if necessary a hearing can be held. There have also been instances where having an […]

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Baltimore, Maryland Estate Planning Lawyer: How Can a Revocable Living Trust be Terminated?

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With a true Maryland revocable living Trust, the Trust can be dissolved. You should have an attorney review the provisions in the Trust so that termination is done correctly. The Trust will provide the basis and steps for termination but where the Trust is silent Maryland law will apply. This should not be an expensive […]

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Randallstown, Maryland Estate Planning Attorney: Where to File a Will in Randallstown & Baltimore County

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Maryland law allows Wills to be filed with the county in which you live. As an estate planning attorney who works in Randallstown, I have encountered clients who have failed (or their attorney failed) to file their Will with the county. This is a critical final step in the Will creation process as it ensures […]

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Baltimore Maryland Probate Attorney: What is considered the “Gross Estate” for Probate in Maryland?

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The Gross Estate includes all of the assets in probate and those that could potentially transfer outside of probate. For example, an insurance policy is included in the gross estate even if the policy is not payable to the estate. For a free, confidential conversation to discuss these and other estate planning matters, including probate […]

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Baltimore Estate Planning Attorney: Blind Testator Attestation (Signing Will)

There was a recent inquiry as to the signing requirements for a will when the Testator is blind. The will should be read to the Testator. The will should have a clause that allows another individual to sign on behalf of the Testator. After the will has been read and the Testator agrees to the […]

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Woodlawn, Maryland Estate Planning Lawyer: Where to File a Will in Woodlawn & Baltimore County

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Maryland law allows Wills to be filed with the county in which you live. As an estate planning attorney who works in Woodlawn, I have encountered clients who have failed (or their attorney failed) to file their Will with the county. This is a critical final step in the Will creation process as it ensures […]

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