Wills & Estates Law - Wills and Estate Planning Attorneys in Towson MD
Towson’s experienced wills & estate planning attorneys at Lebovitz Law LLC handle wills, trusts, probate and estate planning.
Deciding what will happen to your home, your financial assets, and your personal possessions after your passing can be a difficult process. However, if you don’t take the time to make these decisions now, a court may end up dividing your property for you.
Take Control of Your Assets.
Instead of leaving such important decisions to the courts, get the assistance you need to make wise decisions concerning your estate by speaking with Lebovitz Law LLC.
Lebovitz Law LLC - wills and estate planning attorneys in Towson is dedicated to helping you through every step of your estate planning, and is prepared to assist you with such legal services as:
- Drafting a will
- Creating a living trust
- Creating business, education, retirement, and other trusts
- Drawing up health care and general powers of attorney
The decisions you make regarding your estate determine how your property will be divided and what estate taxes will need to be paid after your passing.
Be sure that your wishes are carried out by consulting with Towson’s wills and estate planning attorneys at Lebovitz Law LLC today.
Read more in our Wills & Estates FAQ's
What is a Will?
Wills help individuals state and define their wishes for distribution of their assets to others that they accumulated during their lifetime. It defines the beneficiaries. It allows you to have peace of mind that your affairs are being handled by someone you hand selected and that your children are being cared for by a guardian you selected. It also helps to expedite the probate process and protect your assets.
Why do I Need a Will?
If you do not have a will, then the courts follow intestacy laws where the state decides how your assets are divided and people may gain access to your assets that you did not intend to inherit anything from you.
What is a Power of Attorney?
Powers of attorney are useful tools that allow you to appoint someone to make legally binding decisions for you when you are unable or unavailable to handle your own affairs. These decisions can include depositing and cashing cheque written to you, paying your bills and taxes, withdrawing money, buying and selling property and handling investments.