From working in county school systems to opening her own practice in 2017, Ms. McCrea has always been interested helping her community. She saw first hand the importance of proper estate planning for persons with disabilities after participating in the Legal Planning for Young Adults with Disabilities seminar at The Kennedy Krieger Institute. After graduating from law school, she began her Special Needs Estate Planning Fellowship under the guidance of Professor Angela Vallario at the University of Baltimore School of Law. Ms. McCrea completed her Estate Planning Certification in December 2018.
Not your traditional law firm. Our firm offers clients the option of virtual or in-person appointments during the evenings and on weekends. We complete all estate planning document signing at your home, place of business, or other mutually agreeable location for your convenience.
We have a strong client focus, working diligently to protect your hard-earned assets and to achieve your estate planning goals, including asset protection planning, special needs trusts, and end-of-life matters. We believe there is no such thing as a typical client or a standard solution. This is why we take time to learn your goals and priorities and the extent of your estate so that you receive real value from the services that we provide. In applying our experience, judgment, and expertise to accomplish your objectives, we help you plan for your loved ones’ future, giving you peace of mind in return. Whether you need a simple will or a complex trust, we customize our support to your individual needs and concerns.
As a KMC Law client, you are a partner. Expect us to stand by you and communicate incisively and promptly every step of the way.
We serve clients throughout Maryland and are concentrated primarily in Anne Arundel County and the Eastern Shore.
Tell us about your special needs issue and we will put you in touch with Kelly L. McCrea