Brittany is admitted to practice law before the Bar of Maryland. In addition to her... more
Brittany is admitted to practice law before the Bar of Maryland. In addition to her law degree, Brittany has earned her Masters of laws in Taxation (LL.M.). Her practice focuses on Estate Planning and Administration including the use of Trust and other entities for probate avoidance, estate and gift tax savings and planned gifting strategies. She has served as a lecturer to the Baltimore Cou... view profile
Disability law is very important to me because I have seen its impact on members of... more
Disability law is very important to me because I have seen its impact on members of my family with both physical and mental disabilities. I became a disability attorney to help other people facing similar issues.
Lawyer in Towson, Maryland, handling a variety of criminal cases, including drunk... more
Lawyer in Towson, Maryland, handling a variety of criminal cases, including drunk driving incidents, juvenile law, and more. Additionally, I work with clients on their estate planning needs and business law transactions.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Ms. Jaron worked for the Social Security... more
Prior to becoming an attorney, Ms. Jaron worked for the Social Security Administration. Her main focus was job training and designing complex teaching manuals used for instructional purposes. She was responsible for training employees their specific duties. Her teaching background with SSA enables Ms. Jaron to effectively explain complex trust issues in her current position as a Trust Administr... view profile
Legal services should be client-centered and accessible. That's why I go to great... more
Legal services should be client-centered and accessible. That's why I go to great efforts to provide clear explanations and knowledable guidance throughout your estate-planning process. I make house calls and offer services that are affordable. Together, we will create a plan that minimizes future confusion or conflict for your family and loved ones. Everyone should have an estate plan, especia... view profile
A power of attorney is a document you sign to give someone else the right to make legal decisions for you. Unlike a guardianship, you determine the decision makers' authority by the language used in the power of attorney form; you can limit it to health matters, financial issues, or any combination of powers that suits your needs. For example, if you are having heart surgery, you might consider appointing a family member with power of attorney over your health care, in case decisions need to be made and you aren't able to make them. Lawyers with expertise drafting power of attorney forms make sure the decision-making authority you are giving someone matches what you have in mind.