Estate Planning Attorneys for Wills, Trusts, and Probate.
Helping Families Get Their Financial House in Order
ADAMS LAW OFFICE, LLC is a firm dedicated to going above and beyond for each client. As members of the Maryland State Bar Association, District of Columbia Bar Association, the Prince George’s County Bar Association, The Alliance of Black Women Attorneys of Maryland, and the Christian Legal Society, our attorneys have a passion for helping our clients to get their financial houses in order through our practice areas:
– For our ESTATE PLANNING clients, we create Wills and Trusts that solve a myriad of issues such as preventing unwanted intestate distributions, reducing Maryland, DC, and Federal estate taxes, preventing probate, providing legal guardian designations and instructions for minor children, providing for special needs family members, asset protection, and Medicaid planning. We also provide Estate Planning Seminars and Webinars for the community.
–For our clients who are mourning the loss of a loved one, we handle the details of the ESTATE ADMINISTRATION and PROBATE so that they can focus on their own emotional healing rather than the legal documents and requirements of probate court.
– For our clients who have family members who are no longer able to handle their own affairs, we offer GUARDIANSHIP representation where we help to navigate the court process of managing a loved one’s finances and medical care. Whether this situation occurs from a medical condition like Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, stroke, or drug or alcohol addiction, we are here to help when your loved one no longer has the capacity to handle things on their own.
ADAMS LAW OFFICE, LLC is here to help. Call (301) 805-5892 to set up a consultation with a caring and experienced Attorney today.
Are your Affairs in Order?
"How to Leave a Legacy Instead of a Mess"
Join us at this COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR to learn:
- Why a Will is NOT enough.
- How a Trust works and the benefits of using one in your estate plan.
Plus, learn how to:
- Protect assets for your beneficiaries from creditors, tax issues, divorce, or mismanagement.
- Avoid probate and get assets to your family quickly without wasting time and money in conflict or court – DO NOT leave contention as your legacy.
- Control how and when assets are distributed to your beneficiaries.
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