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Jacqueline Byrd

Elder Law Attorney Jacqueline  Byrd

BYRD & BYRD, LLC

14300 Gallant Fox Lane
Suite 120
Bowie, MD 20715
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Attorney Profile

Jacqueline D. Byrd is a member of the Maryland/DC Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and writes the weekly "Senior Moments" column for the Bowie Blade-News.

Jacqueline D. Byrd worked on Capitol Hill for the House of Representatives more than twenty-five years and began law school in the fall of 1995. She is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and focuses her practice in the area of Elder Law, including wills, powers of attorney, trusts, Medicaid, Social Security issues and asset preservation. Mrs. Byrd is a public speaker, and enjoys giving informational lectures to community organizations regarding her areas of expertise. Please contact the office if you would like her to speak to your group.

Position: Member. admitted to bar,1999, Maryland. Education:University of North Texas (B.A, 1968); University of Baltimore (J.D., 1998). Recording Secretary, Maryland and District of Columbia Chapter, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Member, Board of Directors, Anne Arundel Senior Services Provider Group. Member: Prince Georges County and Maryland State Bar Associations. PRACTICE AREAS: Elder Law.

Firm Description 

We are a general practice firm, concentrating in elder law, construction contracts, and family law.

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Firm Website: www.byrdandbyrd.com

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