Wills, Estate and Probate Lawyers in Crofton & Bowie
Protecting Your Assets & Your Loved Ones
Would you like you put together a clear estate plan to list your wishes in unambiguous terms so that your beneficiaries and loved ones are provided for in the future? Do not hesitate to turn to our experienced Crofton and Bowie wills, estate, and probate attorneys at Skipper Law, LLC. One of our legal services includes comprehensive estate planning, such as drafting powers of attorney, wills, and advanced directives. By setting forth estate documents that outline your wishes, you can rest assured that your assets and affairs are in good hands.
Do You Have a Plan for Your Future?
Having a skilled lawyer on your side to plan your estate with you is very important. We aim to make the seemingly complicated process as straightforward and simple as possible, while keeping your unique needs in mind. Throughout the time we have been in practice, we have earned a reputation for helping our clients draft clear and thorough estate plans with our deep knowledge and insight.
It is never too early or too late to make a plan. Start today by letting us know what you have in plan for your estate. We can work with you to create a customized plan that accounts for all the current and potential issues. Let us help you get started today with a thorough, legally binding estate plan.
If you are currently facing an estate-related dispute, we can also represent you.
Fighting For Your Inheritance
If you have questions or concerns about a will, your inheritance or the distribution of assets that affects you, please call us. Skipper Law, LLC handles estate litigation, including will contests, beneficiary disputes and related disputes about the probate and distribution of estates. Too many times others try to attack an inheritance and take what is not theirs. We fight for our clients and their right to secure and protect their inheritance. Don’t let someone take what is rightfully yours.
Leo E. Green, Jr.
Leo E. Green, Jr. has extensive experience in estate and probate work, both from his prior experience as a private attorney and from his years serving as a judge in Prince George’s County.