Tara Frame, Expert in Estate Planning and Elder Law, Featured In I95 Business

Tara Frame Shares Expertise on Crisis Business Planning

The February Issue of I95 Business, Preparing the Next Generation, features Tara Frame of Frame & Frame Attorneys at Law sharing her expertise in crisis business planning. Believe it or not, estate planning should be an early decision in your business plan.

I95 Business features top industry leaders’ expertise for today’s business professionals throughout Maryland. In What Happens to Your Business If Something Happens to You?, Frame discusses the various elements of planning for the future of your business and handles the taboo topic with practicality and professionalism. You may be wondering why estate planning — and specifically business crisis planning — has anything to do with preparing our next generation. Business crisis planning and estate planning are essential to a successful business.

There are always uncertainties that could put you, your business, and your family in a difficult situation. In today’s world, an illness like COVID-19 can drastically and quickly uproot our daily lives. As Frame notes in her article, “The reality is that there is a lot you can do ahead of time to prevent this kind of crisis.” As an Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorney, Frame tackles the harsh reality of a business crisis with realistic tips, making such an intimate and serious matter feel less daunting.

It’s important to be prepared for any kind of business crisis, no matter your age, and that’s where Frame and Frame can help with estate planning. “By taking time to implement certain planning strategies with an Estate Planning Attorney, not only will your business continue, but it will provide your family with security and income, long-term, if such a crisis occurs,” notes Frame.

With offices in Annapolis, Frederick, Pasadena, and Stevensville, Tara Frame and her associates at Frame and Frame Attorneys at Law serve the Maryland communities of Anne Arundel County, Queen Anne’s County, Kent County, Caroline County, Talbot County, and Dorchester County. Contact Frame and Frame Attorneys at Law today to begin the conversation of planning for your future. You can download their Free Legal Guides on the Frame and Frame website to start your estate planning process.