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Attorney Catherine Stavely's Profile

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Catherine Stavely, Attorney at Law
124 South Street
Suite 1
Annapolis, MD 21401

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Ms. Stavely serves on the Elder Law Section Council of the Maryland State Bar Association, the Commission on Aging for the City of Annapolis, the Governor's Advisory Council on Quality Care at End of Life, and is currently President of the Maryland/D.C Chapter of the National Aca... More »

Attorney Stephen Elville's Profile

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Elville & Associates, P.C.
9192 Red Branch Road
Suites 100 & 300
Columbia, MD 21045

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Steve Elville works with individuals and families to provide a unique attorney-client experience and peace of mind solutions to the challenges they face with estate, asset protection, and tax planning issues, and with disability and long-term care planning issues. More »

Attorney Linda  T. Cox's Profile

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Cox Law Group
127 Lubrano Drive
Suite 201
Annapolis, MD 21401

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Ms. Cox is a Maryland native who lives in Annapolis, Maryland with her children Savannah and Christopher who currentl attend Anne Arundel Community College.  Education:  B.A. Philosophy, cum laude, Loyola University, Baltimore, MarylandJ. More »

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