Trusts and Estate Planning Lawyers in Maryland
Once domestic proceedings are concluded, many wrongly assume all legal issues with their former spouses are terminated. In doing so, they fail to update many of their estate planning documents, such as their last will and testament, power of attorney, and the designated beneficiaries of their financial accounts and insurance policies.
To fully separate from your spouse, additional legal advice regarding the impact of the domestic proceedings upon your long-term estate planning may be necessary. Through the drafting of a simple will or trust, you may be able to avoid unknowingly transferring hard-won divorce assets back to your ex-spouse.
Annapolis Estate Planning Lawyers at Oliveri & Larsen Help you Realize Your Goals
If you have a dispute you are unable to resolve, our Annapolis estate planning lawyers at Oliveri & Larsen can help you resolve the matter. Call 410-295-3000 or contact us online today to schedule your initial appointment. Strategically located in Annapolis, Maryland, we serve clients throughout Maryland, including Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Calvert County, Harford County, Howard County, Ocean City, Queen Anne’s County, St. Mary’s County, Worcester County, and the upper and lower Eastern Shores of Maryland.