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Many lawyers do not prepare wills and trusts for lower- to middle-class clients because of the detailed effort required without the financial rewards. Because of the high fees, the recession and the general desire to avoid the topic of death, more than half of the people in our country are without any estate planning.
Those who can't afford to pay thousands try to do it themselves. They try software, an office supply store's wills kit or an online document preparation company. However, there are too many issues that you might miss doing this without a lawyer. But young or old, you really need to get this done.
My practice is intentionally designed to be small, approachable and affordable. I do not have the overhead of a large firm and I enjoy working with people with estates of any size.
I work efficiently, advise and do not dictate, and sensitively implement
your plan so that you can move on to your more enjoyable pursuits.
I also enjoy blogging about estate planning. You can get a lot of free information and insights at my Thoughts on Wills & Estate Planning blog.
If you like what you see, please contact me. I would enjoy talking to you.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. I can also be reached at 703-280-9280. Let me know how I can help.
Fixed (always), Free consultation (45 minutes)
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I got to know Scott through social media and reading articles he had written on his blog. His articles always offer an interesting perspective and demonstrate his understanding of estate planning issues facing his clients and his desire to help his clients achieve their estate planning goals and objectives.
Rania Combs Estate planning Attorney
|VA||Authorized to practice law||2002||03/31/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Stanley H. Kohn Service Scholarship||Phi Alpha Delta||1995|
|Owner||The Zucker Law Firm PLLC||2003 - Present|
|Attorney||Scott R. Zucker, Esq.||2002 - 2003|
|Attorney||Law Offices of Carl K. Zucker, Esq.||1998 - 2002|
|Financial Advisor||Lincoln Financial Advisors||1997 - 1998|
|Casewriter||The Mason Companies||1995 - 1997|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Fairfax County Bar Association||Member||2011 - Present|
|WealthCounsel||Member||2010 - Present|
|Virginia State Bar||Member||2002 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Bar||Member||1999 - Present|
|Maryland Bar||Member||1996 - Present|
|Wealthcounsel Quarterly||Consider Digital Estate Planning Services for Your Clients||2012|
|forbes.com||Elizabeth Edwards' Last Will & Testament: An Ethical Letter to John Edwards||2011|
|North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology||Life After Death: Why Digital Immortality is Now an Important Factor in Estate Planning||2011|
|Estate Planning Developments for Texas Professionals||Estate Planning for Digital Assets||2011|
|Estate Planning Studies||Estate Planning for Digital Assets||2011|
|Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog||Blog Post Regarding Digital Assets||2011|
|Investment News||Advisers Fret Over Effect on Planning||2010|
|forbes.com||Obama Estate Tax Deal Would Chill Estate Planning||2010|
|forbes.com||6 Levels Of Estate Planning Service: A Spectrum Of Estate Planning Fees||2010|
|forbes.com||Is DIY Estate Planning A Prudent Use Of Even $1?||2010|
|Thoughts on Wills & Estate Planning||The System Works -- Maryland's New Power of Attorney Law||2010|
|Entrustet.com||Lawyers Reactions to New Oklahoma Law on Digital Asset Estate Planning||2010|
|The Ohio Trust & Estate Blog||Obama Signs 2010 Tax Relief Bill||2010|
|University of Miami School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1995|
|Carnegie Mellon University||Industrial Management & Economics||BS - Bachelor of Science||1991|
|NBI Webinar||Revocable Living Trusts in a Nutshell||2015|
|NBI Webinars||RLTs in a Nutshell -- Replay and Q & As||2012|
|NBI Webinar||Revocable Living Trusts in a Nutshell||2012|
|Strafford Publications Webinar||Estate Planning for the Family Owned Business||2011|
|Lincoln Financial Advisors||Compliance for Financial Advisors||1998|