Baltimore Wills And Attorney
Plan Ahead For The Future Of Your Family
Every adult should have a thorough estate plan, regardless of the net worth of his or her estate. If you die or are incapacitated and do not have an estate plan, the court will make crucial financial, medical and guardianship decisions.
At the law office of Alice G. Pinderhughes, P.A., we will review your assets and discuss your estate planning goals. Then we will discuss how to create wills, trusts, powers of attorney and advance medical directives that meet your needs. We have experience with small, moderate and high net worth estates. The firm offers a flat fee for simple wills, powers of attorney for health care and advance medical directives.
Simple And High Net Worth Estate Plans
We can handle simple and complex wills as well as simple and high net worth estates. Our Baltimore wills and trusts lawyer has been representing business owners, professionals and high-asset individuals for more than 39 years. She understands the legal and financial issues involved in high net worth estates with sophisticated assets.
In addition, Ms. Pinderhughes has served as a nursing home appeals board judge. She understands how nursing homes operate and often goes to nursing homes and hospitals to help residents with wills and other estate planning needs.
An estate plan can help eliminate or reduce estate taxes and:
- Provide for your loved ones after your death
- Leave your assets to the people you choose
- Name guardians for your children in the event of your death or incapacitation
- Determine who will manage your finances and property if you are incapacitated
- Determine who will make health care decisions if you are incapacitated
Contact A Baltimore Power Of Attorney And Advance Medical Directive Lawyer
To schedule an appointment, please call 410-625-0100. We represent clients in Maryland and Washington, D.C.