The Law Office of Richard K. Abraham offers legal services in Central Maryland.
The Sparks, MD office of the firm specializes in:
Advance Healthcare Directives, Wills, Power of Attorneys, Trusts, and Special Needs Planning
There are many legal documents involved in the development of estate plans. An experienced estate planning attorney can help generate vital documents such as wills, trusts, power of attorney, and advance health care directives.
Planning for health care, incapacity or mental incompetence, receipt of benefits and more.
Attorneys who focus their practice on assisting the elderly or disabled persons, on protecting the individual, their families, and preserving their property/affairs are often referred to as Elder Law attorneys.
A personalized approach to protect our clients and their possessions.
Each client is unique. They have different goals, own assets worth different amounts, and have varying levels of comfort. Mr. Abraham tailors every asset preservation plan to accommodate the situation and goals of each individual client.
Ensures that an individual’s rights are properly protected when they may not be able to protect themselves.
We are retained as petitioning counsel, counsel appointed by the court to represent the alleged disabled persons, as/or the guardian of property appointed by the court. We also continue representation outside of court by assisting appointed Guardians when requested by the respective clients.
Protects an individual, their benefits, and/or their personal property and affairs.
A fiduciary is someone who accepts the responsibility to act in a way that represents the best interest of another. They hold a position of trust and confidence. Some examples of fiduciaries are executors, trustees, attorneys in fact, health care agents, and court-appointed guardians.
Legal documents for startup & growth, and continuity planning for business owners
Protect the interests of a business and business owners over the course of a company’s lifetime with the proper legal documents. Also, consider what will happen in the event of the business owner’s incapacitation or death.