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Resolve Estate Matters

When an estate goes to probate, there can be an extraordinary level of complex detail that must be sorted through. In more than thirty years of practicing estate law in Maryland, Baltimore estate administration attorney Jim Walsh has built a reputation as an exacting and caring probate and estate administration lawyer.

If you are the personal representative of an estate, our estate administration law firm can explain the probate process, guide you through your responsibilities, and assure that all requirements are met. The probate process begins with opening the estate. Tax returns need to be filed and outstanding debts paid. Appropriate distributions need to be made to the heirs.

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The Baltimore estate administration attorneys at Walsh & Company can help you understand the complex process. If there are matters you would prefer we handle, our lawyers are highly experienced with Maryland’s county probate courts. We provide efficient, accurate administration in all areas of probate.

  • Opening the estate
  • Establishing accounts
  • Preparing any necessary tax returns to minimize tax consequences
  • Reviewing the estate’s outstanding debts
  • Handling administrative details with the probate court
  • Distributing the estate’s assets
  • Filing all necessary tax and probate paperwork

As a CPA and a lawyer, attorney Jim Walsh leads an office where all work is handled with exceptional care and then double-checked for accuracy. Jim Walsh and Jonathan Greenstein have extensive experience in tax law. This allows us to minimize the tax exposure of the estate and preserve the assets for intended beneficiaries. If you, your relative, or a client needs a lawyer with financial and legal experience in estate planning, business law, and taxation law, contact the Maryland estate administration lawyers at Walsh & Company, P.A. Our Columbia, Maryland, estate planning attorneys represent clients in Maryland and Washington, DC, including Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Montgomery County, Baltimore County, Harford County, and Carroll County.