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Elder Law Attorney Cheryl  Henderson
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Cheryl Henderson

Cheryl Chapman Henderson LLC
4920 Niagara Road
Suite 200
College Park, MD 20740

Cheryl Chapman Henderson is the founder and principal of the law firm of Cheryl Chapman Henderson, LLC., which serves Maryland and Washington, D.C.  Her firm is dedicated to practicing law from a Biblical Perspective.   Her practice is client and value-centered, fo... More »

Elder Law Attorney William  Fralin
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William Fralin

The Estate Planning & Elder Law Firm PC
1029 19th Street NW
Suite 510
Washington, DC 20036

Bill founded The Estate Planning & Elder Law Firm, P.C. in 1994. Bill limits his practice to the areas of estate planning and administration, incapacity planning, Medicaid, asset protection planning, and elder law. More »

Elder Law Attorney Clifford M. Cohen Esq.
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Clifford M. Cohen Esq.

Law Offices of Clifford M. Cohen
Chevy Chase Pavilion Suite 440
5335 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20015

Located in the Friendship Heights area of Washington, D.C. and minutes from the Montgomery County, Maryland border, Mr. Cohen’s practice focuses on estate planning, business planning, elder law, and planning for those with special needs. More »

Elder Law Attorney Morris  Klein
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Morris Klein

Morris Klein, Attorney at Law
4520 East West Highway
Suite 700
Bethesda, MD 20814

Morris Klein has practiced Elder Law and Special Needs Law since 1997. He is licensed in Maryland and Washington, D.C. Web site: www.morrisklein.com Honors: Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation "Super Lawyer" in Maryland and Washington, D.C. More »



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