Preparing for the future doesn’t need to be intimidating. With decades of experience in estate planning and estate and trust administration, we eliminate “what if” scenarios – so you can rest assured.
Where expertise meets compassion.
The team at Vaughan, Fincher & Sotelo, PC advocates for you, your estate, and your legacy. Our attorneys are licensed in Virginia, Maryland and D.C., and are dedicated to comprehensive and highly personalized estate planning and administration services.
Here for the long term. Here for you.
You’ve spent a lifetime working hard and looking out for your family. A well-prepared estate plan continues doing just that, even when you’re not around.
Our estate planning process allows us to take our time, get to know you and your goals, discuss any unique complexities, and tackle the issues you might not have considered. Estate and Trust Administration
From probate services to estate tax filings, we help your loved ones settle your estate or trust smoothly and efficiently. Fiduciary Services
We assist those serving in your estate planning documents during your lifetime, or may serve in those roles when appropriate.
Get to know the benefits of planning ahead.
One of the biggest mistakes you can make in the area of estate planning is to assume you do not need to plan. If you think you are too young to prepare an estate plan or you think you do not
- The biggest task facing parents of young children with respect to estate planning is to ensure (as best as possible) that their children will be taken care of if both parents die prematurely.
- It is important that your attorney be able to answer “Yes” to all of these questions.
Life insurance proceeds are tax-free, right? Unfortunately, that adage is only half true.
The greatest mistakes made in the area of estate planning are made as a result of common misunderstandings regarding when an individual should prepare an estate plan and what is required to make th
- One of the biggest mistakes people make in the area of estate planning is failing to plan ahead.
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