Estate Planning, Probate And Administration

Pickett & Oliverio provides comprehensive representation during probate and estate and trust administration, and can also assist with your estate planning, with wills, trusts, medical directives, and financial powers of attorney to best fit your needs. We are committed to providing your family with protection and clear legal guidance at every stage.

Protecting Your Estate

Each family is unique, and thus, one estate plan may not work for another. Estate planning can involve a will, trust, financial power of attorney, or health care directive, or a combination, to best plan for your future.

When you consult with one of our Maryland estate planning attorneys, we can help determine how best to preserve your assets for the future. While a will can provide clarity about your intentions for your assets, trusts can protect property, provide income for a special needs individual, or help protect your family from certain taxes while providing funds for a charitable cause. Designating a trusted power of attorney empowers another person to make decisions for you when you're unable to do so yourself. Our attorneys can discuss your goals and assets to determine what will work best for you.

Planning wisely for your estate can provide your family with a clear and viable foundation for the future. We can start you on a considered and sustainable path.

Navigating Probate And Estate And Trust Administration

When a loved one passes away, you may be faced with administering their estate or trust, and perhaps trying to navigate the probate process. This can be overwhelming, especially during a time of grief. However, the help of an experienced attorney at Pickett & Oliverio can minimize the complications, confusion, and discourse often experienced by families. We assist designated trustees, executors, personal representatives, and beneficiaries throughout the probate and administration process until all issues are resolved.

Find out more by scheduling a free initial consultation with one of the experienced Maryland lawyers at our Bowie or Prince Frederick office. Call 301-850-1436 or use our online form to write to us.