When it comes to making sure you’re prepared for the future, having an attorney to help you plan for the management of your estate is key. Nicholas D. Ward has been helping clients in Washington D.C. plan for the future by providing practical solutions and legal advice for many years. He can help you plan your estate through the disposition of assets after death by means of a will or trust, and avoid unnecessary litigation among your heirs when the distribution becomes necessary. Nicholas D. Ward has the experience you need to get back to enjoying the present and having confidence in the future.
For over 45 years, Nicholas D. Ward has been providing estate planning and administration assistance to clients all over Washington D.C. He understands how overwhelming getting your assets in order or dealing with the legal aftermath of the death of a loved one can be. That’s why he is committed to providing you with the personalized legal assistance you deserve.
Nicholas D. Ward has had the opportunity to work both sides of the law—for the court system and as lawyer. A few years ago he was called by the Chief Judge to serve as the administrator of the Probate Division of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia (Register of Wills) when the top two officials resigned within a month of each other. The Judges in the Probate Division of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia have retained him repeatedly as a member of the Probate Rules Advisory Committee since his appointment in 1975. With that kind of knowledge, you can trust that he knows how to navigate all facets of relevant Washington D.C. law. Whatever legal matters you may be facing in regard to your estate, Nicholas D. Ward can provide you with legal advice every step of the way.
Nicholas D. Ward is an expert in the field of trust and estate law. You can count on him to offer personalized legal assistance in the following areas:
• Estate planning– formulating a plan and drafting the necessary documents
• Estate and trust administration– ensuring adherence to the plan
• Estate litigation – when problems arise that cannot be resolved amicably by seeking a cost effective solution
• Expert witness – assistance to other lawyers by providing expert testimony as to the standard of conduct in both estate planning and administration
Turn to the Law Office of Nicholas D. Ward for all of your estate law needs. Schedule a consultation by calling 202-289-6440 today!
910 17th Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20006
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