Southern Maryland Estate Planning Lawyers with Skill & Experience
Serving the communities of Waldorf, Lexington Park, and all of Southern Maryland for over 50 years
At Andrews, Bongar, Gormley & Clagett, we have been handling wills and estates cases in Waldorf and Charles County for over 50 years. Our trusted Southern Maryland estate planning attorneys have helped thousands of people protect their assets and their family. We want to help you make your will and protect your estate too.
Hire Local Experience – With our years of local experience, chances are we have seen an estate planning situation similar to yours in the past. That knowledge and expertise is what you get when you hire an experienced Southern Maryland estate planning attorney to do your will or handle your estate. Our clients like us! CLICK THE GOOGLE BADGE TO READ OUR REVIEWS ⇒
Hire Local Knowledge – We are truly local estate planning lawyers – serving clients in Charles County, St. Mary’s County, and Prince George’s County. Find out more about us here. We know the local court systems in La Plata, Leonardtown, and Upper Marlboro.
We don’t drive down to Southern Maryland to handle occasional cases. We live here!
What To Do Now – If you need a will, a reliable Southern Maryland estate planning lawyer at Southern Maryland Law can help. Contact us for a free consultation. We will review the facts of your personal situation, explain the law, and draft a will that fits the needs of you and your family.
Discover What You Need To Know About Wills – Click here to see our Free Legal Guide to Wills, Trusts & Estates and get answer to your questions today. For some additional information you may also want to take a look at the Maryland Law Library’s Wills and Estates guide. Know your options. Be informed. Protect yourself.
Your last words on this earth are too important to leave to some mass produced software program trying to cover everyone with the same form. We produce custom made “battle tested” documents we know will stand up later. And the most important thing you get by hiring an attorney to do your will is the advice that comes with it.
No software package can analyze the unique facts of your personal situation and give advice based on those facts. A real live lawyer can do that.