Stephen Elville


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Stephen Elville

Elville & Associates, P.C.

1997 Annapolis Exchange Pkwy
Suite 300
Annapolis, MD 21401
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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. Mr. Elville has extensive experience in working with clients involved in crisis situations. He also brings a unique and personalized approach to pre-crisis planning. Mr. Elville routinely handles client issues in the following areas: wills, trusts, estate tax planning, powers of attorney, living wills/advance medical directives, Medicaid asset protection trusts, Medicaid planning and qualification, estate administration, fiduciary representation, nursing home selection, guardianships, special needs planning for children and adults, Social Security Disability Income (SSDI), Supplemental Security, Income (SSI), and IRS tax controversy.

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Additional Locations

Columbia Office
9192 Red Branch Road
Suites 100 & 300
Columbia, MD 21045
(443) 393-7696
Rockville Office
1700 Rockville Pike Suite 400
Rockville, MD 20852
443-393-7696
Baltimore Office
The Rotunda
711 W. 40th Street
Baltimore, MD 21211
443-393-7696

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