Thinking about your own death is never easy, but it's good to be prepared — no matter how old you are.
Call us today at 410-529-0050 to get the estate planning process started.
Protect your loved ones' financial future with the help of Maria Caruso Law. We are a family business, so we know how much your family means to you. We will do everything we can to ensure your final wishes are fulfilled, and we can even represent you if you are the beneficiary of a loved one's estate.
A living will is a directive of your wishes for your family and medical personnel. It addresses what type of health care you would like to receive in the event you are incapacitated in an end-of-life medical condition. These wills are designed to be updated periodically as your needs and wishes change.
Wills are directives that determine how your assets and obligations will be divided up upon your death. Most states require several legal signatures to be included on the document — yours and 2 witnesses. The courts may dismiss or ignore an improperly constructed will.
We will make sure your will if created, will be signed by the necessary persons, and on file with the court.
Your estate includes all the money, assets, and debts that belong to you at the time of your death, and it allows you to transfer all those things to your heirs and beneficiaries.
To plan your estate, we will use wills, trusts, powers of appointment, powers of attorney, and living wills to provide your loved ones with the best benefits (after taxes are addressed).
Contact us today to ensure your final wishe will be fulfilled and that your wealth will be passed on to your loved ones.
Probate courts handle the settling of your debts and passing of property to your beneficiaries. These court proceedings will take place in the county where you lived until the time of your death.
If you need legal support to help with the probate of a loved one's property, we can help to make sure the process is handled correctly.