Almost every non-profit organization has attorneys on their Boards of Directors or Trustees. Why so many lawyers? In short, it makes sense. The following article was written by James A. List, Esq. and recently published in the Maryland Bar Bulletin.Read More
What is a trustee? What do they do? What are their qualifications? Who should we use?
These questions and many similar ones often fill up estate planning appointments. The need for qualified trustees continues to grow for many reasons. Families with disabled members need to provide special needs supports without impacting disability benefits. Family structures have changed, and trustees are necessary to protect second spouses and to protect children from previous marriages. Some trusts are critical for estate tax planning.Read More