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Maryland residents may wish to go beyond estate planning basics

Many individuals may consider a will the only document necessary for an estate plan. However, thorough estate planning could do more than designate beneficiaries for assets. By creating additional legal documents, Maryland residents could ensure that they specify their wishes related to finances, medical treatment and other personal issues in the event of incapacitation. 

Maryland residents may be interested in charitable trusts

It is not uncommon for individuals to want to leave part or all of their estate to charitable organizations. If this is an action that interests Maryland residents, they may wish to find out more information on charitable trusts. These trusts could be used to distribute funds to charities in the manner detailed in the terms of the trusts.