Unless Your Will is Personal, You Have a Will–The Will of the State of Maryland

A will is a written document directing the dispersion of a person’s assets after death.  If you die without a will, Maryland’s law determines how the assets of your estate will be distributed. These laws are absolute, barring your beneficiaries from challenging the State’s decision regarding how a person’s assets will be distributed. Conversely, a properly designed will gives you complete control over the process, which will allow you to allocate the asserts of your estate as you see fit. Consulting with an attorney for your estate planning needs may reduce family conflicts, save money and protect your family’s legacy.

The attorneys at McCollum & Associates, LLC, have years of experience in preparing wills. For more information, or for a consultation regarding your legal issues, please contact McCollum & Associates, LLC, at (301) 864-6070 or jmccollum@jmlaw.net.