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When a person is no longer able to care for their own personal and/or financial affairs – for example, an elderly parent becomes too mentally confused or forgetful to be safely left on their own – a Legal Guardian, in some states referred to as a conservatorship, may be court appointed to fulfill these duties.…

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In simple terms, a revocable living trust is a trust that can be modified or terminated at any time. In more technical terms, a revocable living trust is a legal contract where the settlor has control over their assets throughout their life or until they are incapacitated. Upon their death, the trust becomes irrevocable and…

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In the state of Maryland, a Living Will is a component of an Advance Directive that outlines your healthcare instructions should you become incapacitated and can no longer communicate for yourself.

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On April 10, 2020, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan signed an Executive Order allowing Maryland residents to remotely sign Wills, Revocable Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Advance Directives. This Executive Order comes at an extremely important time, when people need to update their estate plans during the COVID-19 pandemic but do not want to risk exposure…

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Yes! Estate planning can be done remotely from the comfort of your own home. At PathFinder, our clients’ health and safety are of the utmost importance. We understand the concerns with COVID-19 at this time and are here to help you – even if your concerns go beyond estate planning.

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