Top Delmar, MD Elder Law Attorneys

  • Founded in 1972, Lippman, Semsker & Salb, LLC, continues a long tradition of excellence. The firm offers civil litigation services focusing on meeting the needs that people face most frequently, especially employment law; wills, trusts & estates; and family law matters. We also have a well-developed practice serving gay and lesbian families.  We take pride in our philosophy of...

  • The attorneys at the Kuwamura Law Group, P.A., represent the needs and interests of a diverse range of clients throughout Maryland, Northern Virginia and the surrounding Washington, D.C., metro who have legal issues involving any of the following: Estate planning, including wills and trusts as well as guardianships and powers of attorney Estate and trust administration and probate Gift and...

  • At Rob Goldman Legal Solutions A Professional Law Firm, in Owings Mills , Maryland, I tell clients I am not selling wills or trusts or Medicare planning. What I really provide is peace of mind – the feeling that you have done your honest best to put matters in order. One of our biggest worries is that we haven't addressed estate issues. If we go today, or become infirm, will we leave a...

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  • Since 1992, our dedicated team of lawyers has provided focused business law services at the Maryland corporate law firm of McMillan Metro, P.C. Founded on a client-first approach, our business attorneys communicate clearly with those we represent through each stage of the legal process. We take the time to talk to them and to discuss their specific needs, concerns and legal objectives, and our...

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    At The Berk Law Firm, LLC, I focus on advising clients in business cases. From my office in Rockville, Maryland, I represent people through the following issues: • Franchise law • Anti-harassment and discrimination training • Drafting policies • Employee rights and benefits • Business management and Formation • Contract review and Negotiation Small and medium-sized...

  • OUR FIRM HISTORY Howard & Howard, Attorneys-at-Law was founded on January 4, 1999. D. Gregory Howard has been in continuous private practice in the Baltimore and Annapolis areas since 1982. In serving our clients' interests we have dealt with projects and attorneys in all parts of the country. OUR FEES Legal fees at Howard & Howard, Attorneys-at-Law, vary according to the type of legal...

  • Since 1992, our dedicated team of attorneys has provided focused business law services at the law firm of McMillan Metro, P.C. We represent clients in Potomac, Maryland, and throughout Montgomery County and the rest of the state, as well as in Washington, D.C., providing personalized counsel and focused advocacy. Our firm also sees clients by appointment at our satellite locations in Frederick,...

  • At the Law Offices of Richard M. Winters, LLC, in Frederick, Maryland, we are fully committed to providing the highest level of professional representation possible to help you with virtually any legal issues affecting your life, your family, your freedom and your future. Serving clients throughout the Frederick-Hagerstown region and all across the central and western portion of the state,...

  • In Frederick, Maryland, The Law Offices of Scott Alan Morrison, P.A., offers legal representation for those who want a more secure future. We handle matters of estate planning so our clients have peace of mind about their property and where their assets end up after they pass on. As people have worked hard for a lifetime to amass their wealth, we provide the legal knowledge required to protect it....

  • Rockville and Frederick, Maryland Family Law Attorneys When you and your family need the help of an experienced Maryland family law attorney, you can count on the experienced professionals at the law firm of Fait & DiLima, LLP to guide you every step of the way. Our accomplished family law attorneys have more than fifty years of combined legal experience serving individuals and families...

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