What To Do When a Loved One Dies

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When a loved one dies: a guide to probate in maryland

There is never a good time to talk about death. But, after a loved one dies in Maryland, there are many emotional, financial, and legal needs that must be considered. Some of these matters will be taken care of immediately while other matters may take many months to complete. At Frame & Frame, our Maryland probate attorneys have been helping families with these difficult situations for over 65 years. This free legal guide provides an overview of the resources and materials we have found most helpful to assist you with the estate and probate processes in Maryland.  Most importantly, the guide will help you know what to do when someone dies in Maryland.

Download the Free Guide to Probate in Maryland  and learn:

  • 8 Things to do immediately when someone dies
  • What to do if you have or don’t have a will
  • The tasks that should be accomplished within the first two weeks of death
  • The critical information that must be gathered
  • Questions to help determine if probate is necessary
  • Legal items that need to be addressed during the probate process
  • How to handle creditor claims after a loved one passes

After a loved one dies, there may be family dynamics that can further complicate your situation.  Before any distribution of property occurs, it’s important to realize that the State of Maryland and creditors may have legal rights to the decedent’s assets or property.  Knowing what to do when someone dies in Maryland can be confusing so, this free legal guide can help answer common questions about the probate process in Maryland.  Written by the Maryland probate attorneys at Frame & Frame, the guide provides valuable guidance and information to assist with the various items required to ensure that the estate is closed in accordance with Maryland law.  Most importantly, you’ll learn how a Maryland probate attorney can make the probate process less time-consuming for you and/or the Executor of the estate.

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