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Top Laurel Probate & Estate Administration Lawyers - Maryland

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...

With over 40 years of combined legal experience, we have helped individuals effectively plan for their future. A boutique law firm, Altman and Associates is committed to a highly personalized, client centered approach, while providing comprehensive and confidential services that safeguard what you have worked so hard to accomplish. Creative, Comprehensive, Collaborative.... our practice is devoted...

The Eleff Law Group provides legal services to individuals and businesses who have needs in the areas of estate and succession planning, and probate and trust administration, as well as commercial real estate and commercial and business transactional matters. Susan Eleff, the firm’s lead attorney, has over 35 years of experience, and prides herself on delivering practical, cost-effective...

When a person dies, courts oversee the transfer of the decedent's assets to his or her heirs or other beneficiaries in accordance with the decedent's last will and testament. That process is known as probate. At Probate Law Firm in Vienna, Virginia, we are dedicated to making the process of estate administration as smooth as possible.  Before you begin the process of estate administration,...

The Law Offices of Theodore Stein in Potomac, Maryland, is a full-service firm that provides experienced legal advice, counsel and representation to businesses and executives on The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and other business matters. Licensed to practice in all Maryland and District of Columbia courts, including the United States District Courts of Maryland and the District...

With a history that dates back to 2004, Zell Law, PLLC, in Reston, Virginia, has provided unmatched legal counsel and support to a diverse range of clients throughout Fairfax County and the surrounding areas for nearly 16 years. Regarded as one of the region's leading law firms for their practice areas, they have achieved significant success delivering highly personalized, cost-effective...

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...

Founded in 2003, Simpson Law, PA provides a comprehensive, compassionate, and convenient way for busy parents and professionals to obtain vitally necessary estate planning services in MD, DC and VA.  The standard package of documents provided includes a Will, Power of Attorney for Health Care, Power of Attorney for Finances, and a Living Will.  Depending upon the client’s needs,...

At Griffin Selby Law PLLC in Waldorf, Maryland, we put you first. The attorneys at our law office use compassion while steering you through employment, family and estate planning issues. Cases we handle include matters such as the following: Employment discrimination Business compliance Employment agreements Divorce, adoptions and child support Wills, trusts, advance care directives and probate...

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