Informed Estate Planning
It is never too late, or too early, to start estate planning in Maryland or Washington, DC. The attorneys at JDKatz can handle all of your estate planning and Washington, DC elder law cases. Your future personal and financial security will depend on the decisions that you make today. Thorough planning goes a long way in protecting your assets and family. Our attorneys will help you make the right choices for your future.
Whether you are considering estate planning in DC for the first time or have recently experienced a life changing event; childbirth, marriage, illness, or a move across state lines, JDKatz can help. Estate planning is the smartest move for your future. We encourage you to contact us to discuss your options.
A Team Approach to Estate Planning, Probate and Elder Law
Our experienced attorneys, CPAs and other professionals work as a team to meet each of our clients’ individual needs. We assist clients with all aspects of estate and elder law in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, including, but not limited to, the following:
- Wills, trusts and estate planning: Our attorneys are experienced at using a wide range of estate planning mechanisms to help our clients make their wishes known while minimizing their and their estates’ exposure to unnecessary tax liability.
- Probate and estate administration: Our firm guides personal representatives, trustees and other parties through the probate and estate administration process. We also represent interested parties in contested probate estate matters.
- Elder services: Our attorneys are adept at pursuing strategies to protect our elder clients’ assets while planning ahead to ensure that they will have the financial resources to meet their prospective future medical and long-term care needs.
From our two office locations in Bethesda and downtown Washington, D.C., we represent clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond. Use the form above to schedule a free and confidential consultation.
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