Drafting a will involves careful, meticulous work. At Frank G. Lidinsky, P.A., we have helped clients with wills and estate planning for over 30 years. We have the experience and knowledge to write wills for our clients that address every important legal issue. It is our priority to answer our clients’ questions and to draft wills that suit their needs.

We consider it essential to educate our clients about their estates. Our firm can help you understand the current Maryland laws regarding wills and estate planning, including taxation laws.

Our wills and estate planning practice includes:

  • Simple Wills
  • Complex Wills
  • Review and Revision of Wills
  • Trusts
  • Gifts
  • Guardianships
  • Durable Powers of Attorney
  • Advance Medial Directives (Health Care Powers of Attorney)

Do You Know What Type of Will Is Appropriate for Your Estate?

Starting with a free initial consultation, we will discuss your estate and address your concerns. We will review your estate, including your financial holdings and your real property. In assessing the size of your estate, we can determine which tax issues need to be addressed and whether you will need a basic or complex will. If you have children, we can help you set up trusts for them. We will also help you determine how your assets will be distributed and who may be assigned guardianships.

We Are Available for Our Clients During Emergencies

Our firm can meet clients at health care facilities or during an emergency. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured and needs to quickly draft a will, we can help. We can also help you assign financial powers of attorney or medical powers of attorney. With our office located in Baltimore County and Matthew J. Lidinsky residing in Howard County, we can easily meet with our clients in Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Harford County, Howard County, Carroll County and Anne Arundel County.

Revision of Wills

We can help you review or update a previous will. We have the knowledge of Maryland law to keep your will up-to-date with current statutes. It is important to review your will at least every five years to ensure it still meets your wishes.

Assisting Your Loved Ones

Maybe work or family has required you to move out-of-state, but your mother, father, or other loved one still resides in Maryland. As your loved one ages, you might notice that their personal bookkeeping and ability to manage their day-to-day affairs is faltering. This can be extremely difficult to manage from afar. We can help you assist your loved one by meeting with them one-on-one when you are unable to do so. We meet with aging clients regularly to aid in the payment of bills, organize mail and address other needs as they arise.