Third Party Custody in Maryland

Who is a third party? Any person who is not a child’s natural parent. Until recently, a third party seeking custody of...

Business Smarts for the New Year

Do you need to enhance or possibly re-think your strategy in order to grow your business? The holiday season is upon us and if you...

Protecting Your Child’s Inheritance

Many clients worry about their son-in-law or daughter-in-law divorcing their child and walking away with a big chunk of their estate. And...

Marital Changes = Tax Changes

When your marital status changes, so does the way you file taxes and position yourself for future financial planning. Askey, Askey and...

What You Need to Know about Asset Protection

By The American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys; Compliments of SinclairProsser Law, LLC If you have worked hard to acquire a decent asset portfolio,...

Dangers of Do-It-Yourself Estate Plans

If you make a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) estate plan, you miss out on advice for many important things.  Is your...

Estate Planning Advice After Divorce

After a divorce, there are several key issues you need to address as you update your estate plan or create a plan...

Lose the Rate this Holiday Season

Nope, it’s not a typo! Cedar Point can help you drop some excess rate this holiday season. For one week only, we...

Injured while working on the water or on a military base?

Thousands of hard workers are injured on the job every year. Explosions, fires, equipment failures and falls are just a few common accidents that...

What Happens to Guns in an Estate?

One piece of any estate plan that requires attention is the ownership of firearms. Due to the interplay of state and federal law governing firearms,...