Douglas Law Office
Annapolis Elder Lawyer

Douglas law office

Mediation & Law


Mediator, Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorney, Annapolis, Maryland

We are committed to achieving the right results for our clients, and we stand by ready to assist with your priorities. If you have a problem or feel overwhelmed, start with an initial consultation. We can assess your situation and recommend a plan of action that will help you eliminate worry. If you require a different service, we can connect you to a trusted advisor in our referral network.




1906 Towne Centre Boulevard
Suite 265
Annapolis, MD 21401


(410) 573-9750

Areas of Practice


Mediation, which is one alternative to lawsuits, is becoming a more popular way to resolve disputes. Mediation is an informal way for people to resolve disputes using a third party, called a mediator. The mediator is neutral and has been trained to help people discuss their differences. Mediators are not like judges and do not decide which party “wins”. The mediator instead helps the parties come to a solution on their own using communication between the parties and helping them focus on the real issues. 

  • Child Custody
  • Visitation
  • Parenting Plans
  • Separation Agreements
  • Time Sharing of Minor Children
  • Guardianship
  • Probate


The high cost of long-term care has made planning a critically important issue for most middle class seniors and their families.  In fact, most seniors will likely require some form of long-term care. Sadly, many of them are unprepared for the significant financial burdens it places on their family’s hard-earned savings.  Financial devastation looms large for a family facing ongoing care at a rate of $10,000 or more per month.


While nobody wants to think about death or disability, establishing an estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Proper estate planning not only puts you in charge of your finances, it can also spare your loved ones of the expense, delay and frustration associated with managing your affairs when you pass away or become disabled. 


Over five million Americans suffer from dementia. This serious loss of brain function hinders the ability of seniors to care for themselves and make sound decisions. In these cases, a guardianship may be necessary to protect their quality of care, assets and legacy.

Planning for your future needs


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