Columbia Maryland Estate Tax Planning Attorney
At the Law Offices of Cynthia M. Lifson, we provide guidance to individuals contemplating their estate planning needs. We will help you prepare legal documents to accomplish your estate planning goals. While creating a valid will or trust, it is important to understand the implications of passing on your assets upon death. An important issue to address is the estate tax. There are many complicated rules regarding Maryland and federal estate taxes. Contact our Columbia attorneys via e-mail to set up a telephone consultation at a mutually convenient time or call us directly at 410.531.1619 to schedule an initial consultation regarding estate tax planning.
Will My Estate Be Taxed?
At the Law Offices of Cynthia M. Lifson, we understand that people want to create an estate plan that ensures their loved ones will be secure in the event of incapacity or at death. When designating who receives your assets, it is important to consider possible estate tax issues. Our lawyer can serve as valuable resource, helping you manage potential estate tax issues. Be aware that you may have a Maryland estate tax issue as well as a Federal estate tax issue. In certain situations, beneficiaries of an estate in Maryland may be taxed based on their relationship with the maker of a will. This is an inheritance tax and is another aspect of estate planning that can be addressed with our attorney.
Helping Clients in Maryland Minimize the Estate Tax
At our law firm, we can help you understand potential tax consequences of your estate plan. We will work closely with you and other professionals to develop a plan that will help you avoid the estate tax. If you can’t avoid the estate tax entirely, we will work hard to help you minimize the estate tax. Whether it is through creating a trust or bequeathing a gift, we will help you protect your assets for your loved one or charities that are important to you
Contact Our Law Firm
At the Law Offices of Cynthia M. Lifson, we provide knowledgeable guidance and personalized service to help you meet your estate planning goals. Contact our Maryland law firm via e-mail to set up a telephone consultation at a mutually convenient time or call us directly at 410.531.1619 to learn more about estate tax planning from an experienced attorney.