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What You Need to Know About Guardianship in Maryland Before You File

Guardianship is a legal process that grants one person or entity the legal authority to make decisions on behalf of another person who is unable to make those decisions for themselves. In Maryland, guardianships are often necessary for individuals who are unable to care for themselves or make decisions due to mental or physical incapacity.… Continued

May 2023 Newsletter

Getting Ready for Moms, Babies & Weddings In this edition of our quarterly newsletter, we have a lot of news and information geared towards those who will be welcoming a new baby, planning or attending a family wedding, and of course, Mother’s Day is right around the corner too. These special moments in life are… Continued

Top 10 Questions About Wills & Trusts in Maryland

Preparing a will or trust can be an important step in ensuring that your assets are distributed according to your wishes after you pass away. However, many people have questions about the process, which can lead to confusion and uncertainty. In this article, we will discuss the top 10 questions about wills and trusts. What… Continued

The Best Apps to Make the Lives of Seniors Easier

We don’t commonly associate seniors with technology but there are many great ways to use technology to make seniors lives easier.  Although learning how to use certain types of technology and electronic devices can be challenging, there are many useful apps that can help.  In this article, we explore some of the best apps for… Continued

Getting Engaged or Married? Estate Planning for New Couples

Getting engaged or married is a time of great excitement and joy, but it is also a time when couples need to start thinking about their future together. One of the most important things that they should consider is estate planning for new couples. Estate planning involves making arrangements for the distribution of assets in… Continued

Why College Kids Need an Estate Plan

Estate planning is often thought of as a task for older individuals or those with significant assets, but in reality, everyone can benefit from having an estate plan in place, including college students. While young adults may not have accumulated much wealth yet, they still need to consider how their assets and belongings will be… Continued

Frame & Frame Welcomes Katie DiFerdinando

Frame & Frame Attorneys at Law is pleased to welcome Katie Hynes DiFerdinando to the firm and expand the firm’s services to offer estate litigation and contested guardianship matters. Katie has always had a passion for helping people. She found that sense of purpose fulfilled when assisting clients with some of the most important decisions… Continued

Estate Planning for New Parents

When you are expecting a baby, it is an exciting time filled with anticipation, joy, and planning for the future. However, one thing that many new parents or parents-to-be often overlook is the importance of a will or estate planning before you bring that precious baby into the world.  After all, you want to ensure… Continued

What’s Up Features Tara Frame as Expert of the Month

In it’s April issue, What’s Up Media featured Tara Frame as the Expert of the Month for estate planning, probate, and elder law.  The magazine feature profiles local business professionals who are serving as experts in their respective fields. In the feature, Tara answers questions about what inspired her to work in the field of… Continued

Medicaid Planning Tips for Seniors and Their Families

When we talk about Medicaid planning, many people think that this is something that only needs to be considered for underprivileged people.  Quite the opposite is true.  Medicaid planning, sometimes also referred to as long-term care planning, is important for anyone that is going to need long-term care.  It is especially important for family members… Continued