Helping Clients Get Their Financial Houses in Order

During this time of concern surrounding the coronavirus, you may feel unsafe traveling or entering public spaces. We want you to know that virtual meetings with our attorneys are available. Online meetings enable us to connect safely, review your unique circumstances, and evaluate your needs, all from the comfort of your home or office, without delaying your legal representation. We can conduct phone meetings as well. We wish good health and peace of mind to you and your loved ones and we look forward to connecting with you safely. Call us for more information.

ADAMS LAW OFFICE, LLC is a Suburban Maryland and Washington, DC metropolitan law firm dedicated to going above and beyond for each client. We 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 and Federal estate taxes, preventing probate, providing guardian instructions, providing for special needs family members, asset protection, and Medicaid planning.  We also provide monthly Estate Planning Seminars 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.

– We provide a fresh financial start for our CHAPTER 7 and CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY clients who are facing overdue bills, foreclosures, garnishments, and attachments.

– Our BUSINESS FORMATION clients benefit from our years of experience in forming the appropriate business entity to shield their personal assets and creating or reviewing contracts during the growth of their business.

ADAMS LAW OFFICE, LLC is here to help. Call (301) 805-5892 for a free consultation today.

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