Attorney Frank G. Lidinsky
Frank is a lifelong resident of Baltimore and a graduate of Archbishop Curley High School and Mt. St. Mary’s College. He received his J.D. from the University of Baltimore School of Law and was admitted to the Maryland Court of Appeals in 1977. He is also a member of the D.C. Court of Appeals and was admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1981.
In private practice Frank assists clients with estate planning and the probate estate administration process. He also serves as the guardian and power of attorney for a number of clients and administers some trusts as Trustee.
Frank’s early legal career was at the Social Security Administration National Headquarters in Woodlawn thus giving him insider experience with the Social Security Disability process. Upon entering semi-retirement, Frank is no longer accepting Social Security Disability cases. However, he is always happy to help provide prospective claimants with information for several attorneys he has trained in this area of law throughout his career to further help potential claimants evaluate their cases.
Frank's Retirement Message
After 46 years of active practice in the legal professional I have decided that in 2023 I will begin my gradual retirement process. My son Matthew, who has worked with me the last 13 years, will assume the daily operations of our office. All new probate matters will be handled by him. I will continue to work on, and close out, all of the matters that I have started. If I am your guardian or power of attorney, I will maintain that role. I will also serve as Personal Representative in all wills where appointed. I plan to do estate planning (Last Will and Testament, Durable Power of Attorney, Advance Medical Directive, Life Estate Deed) on a reduced schedule.
All of this is with the goal of allowing me more time to spend with my family, especially my four grandchildren. My wife, Mary Carol, and I have talked for the last few years about visiting Europe and the Czech Republic and this will finally give us the opportunity to do so. I have cherished and have been honored that so many individuals have entrusted me with their legal matters for more than four decades. Be assured that the dedication and service that you have received from our office in the past will continue under Matt’s leadership.
Attorney Matthew J. Lidinsky
Matthew assists the firm in its core practice areas of Wills and Estate Planning, Probate Procedures, District Court Proceedings (Civil and Criminal), and Serious Traffic offenses. In addition, Matthew assists clients with debt collection and landlord-tenant disputes.
Matthew graduated from Loyola Blakefield High School in 1997 and subsequently completed his Bachelor of Arts at Syracuse University in 2001. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2009. He was sworn into the Maryland State Bar at the Court of Appeals in Annapolis in 2009, and is a member of the Baltimore County Bar Association. Matthew resides with his wife and two children in Columbia.
Matthew is available to meet with clients in our Towson office and locally in Anne Arundel County and Howard County.
Paralegal Jeanine M. Larrimore
Jeanine is a graduate of Loch Raven Senior High School and received a Paralegal Degree from The Community College of Baltimore County in 2003. Jeanine has been with Frank G. Lidinsky, P.A. since it opened its office in Towson in 2005. In addition to her many duties with Estate Planning, and Probate matters, she is the friendly voice that greets all callers and visitors to our office. Jeanine has two grown daughters and is also a proud grandmother. In her spare time she likes to watch The Baltimore Orioles and The Baltimore Ravens.
Over the years, Frank G. Lidinsky, P.A. has been proud to have students from the following institutions of higher learning serve as Student Legal Interns in our office:
- Gettysburg College
- Mount St. Mary’s University
- Salisbury University
- Towson University
- Stevenson University
- Swinburne University (Melbourne, Australia)
- University of Maryland, College Park
- University of North Carolina, Wilmington