At Terry Legal Solutions, LLC we utilize our knowledge, experience, and business acumen to counsel and advise multi-generational families, small businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofit organization.
Licensed in Maryland and the District of Columbia
Estate Planning & Business Law
Terry created Terry Legal Solutions, she envisioned a firm that accomplished more than churning billable hours and boilerplate documents.
She developed a legal practice that fosters an environment of comfortable, unrushed conversations, and provides ‘down-to-earth’ counsel.
When you engage Terry Legal Solutions, you are choosing an attorney who partially defines her success by your comfort and relief. Hire the attorney who genuinely wants to take the time to listen, explain, and provide thorough solutions to your unique needs.
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We Specialize in Estate Planning & Business Law
Meet Attorney Stacey L. Terry
I founded Terry Legal Solutions in the belief that legal representation and protection should be a personalized and accessible service to hard working people and smaller businesses who have substantive legal concerns. My years of practicing Management Employment Law and business law in international law firms laid the groundwork for me to now share my skills and talent with small businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits located in DC and all parts of Maryland. I count it an opportunity and blessing to be able to provide legal representation to members of my community!
I am a wife, mother of four, and caregiver to an aging parent. These experiences equip me with the unique ability to patiently and compassionately assist my clients with effective incapacity and estate planning, and estate administration.
Essentially, I have harnessed my professional experience and personal experiences to create a firm that takes the time to hear your story, help you execute your vision, and ultimately provide personalized solutions to your estate planning and business needs!
Yours in service,
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Latest News & Updates
A recent court case involving a power of attorney demonstrates the problem with using online estate planning forms instead of hiring an attorney who can make sure your documents are tailored to your needs.
You aren’t technically required to hire a lawyer to draft a will, but failing to do so could lead to costly problems for your family and other heirs.
Long-term care involves not only a loss of personal autonomy; it also comes at a tremendous financial price. Proper planning can help your family prepare for the financial toll and protect assets for future generations.
While a will is one of the most important estate planning documents you can have, there are things that it won’t cover. A will is just one part of a comprehensive estate plan.
Not having a Will, Medical Directives, Power of Attorney, or Guardian Designation at all!!Not regularly reviewing and...