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SinclairProsser Law, LLC

May 09, 2018 12:00AM ● By Brian Saucedo
Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorneys

Do you know what will happen to your family and your assets if you become incapacitated, or what will happen to your loved ones after you pass away? Many people do not like to think about illness, injury, or death. While it is understandable to put these topics out of your mind, you can put your family—and yourself—in a very bad situation if you do not plan ahead in case of illness and for the inevitability of your death.

Waiting too long to make an estate plan can leave you and your loved ones in trouble if something unexpected happens. If you have not planned in advance and you need nursing home care or you get sick and cannot communicate your medical decisions, your family members could be put in a difficult position and you could face significant financial trouble and even receive unwanted medical care that you wouldn’t have chosen.

Rather than leave yourself and your family at the mercy of fate and hope nothing bad happens to you, it is best to be prepared in advance. Get the help you need today so everything is in place in case of an emergency. This is just as important for young people as it is for the elderly, especially if you have small children to provide for.

Give us a call at 410-573-4818 or contact us online to learn more about the personalized assistance we can provide to you in Annapolis, Bowie, Millersville, Waldorf, and surrounding areas in Maryland. SinclairProsser Law attorneys Colleen Sinclair Prosser, Nicole Livingston, Jon J. Gasior, and Victor A. Lembo will help ensure you have taken care of the essential estate planning issues so you can give yourself and your family the peace of mind of knowing everyone is protected.

SinclairProsser Law, LLC
900 Bestgate Road, Suite 103 | Annapolis, MD 21401
410-573-4818 |