Estate Planning for Single Adults

Estate planning for single adults can be a little more complex when compared to a married couple. If you have minor children, you have to designate guardians for them. If you’re child-free, you have to think about whom to choose as your beneficiaries. The number of decisions involved may seem overwhelming, but when you have … Read more

Estate Planning Considerations for Single Adults In Maryland

When we typically think of estate planning, we see grandma and grandpa putting together a will and possibly setting up some trusts for the following generations. It’s all about providing for our offspring, right? Not necessarily. Even if you are single and/or have no children, a wills and estates lawyer should still be in your … Read more