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Kandace Scherr

Frank, Frank & Scherr, LLC

1400 Front Ave, Ste 200, Lutherville Timonium, MD 21093-5365
410-337-8900
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Areas of Practice | Elder Law | Special Needs | Real Estate
Locations | Baltimore County

Kandace L. Scherr, Managing Partner at Frank, Frank & Scherr, provides Elder Law, Estate, and Special Needs planning services to people throughout Maryland. She has been consistently successful at helping her clients qualify for Medicaid, enabling them to protect their assets while in long-term care.

Kandace’s expertise also includes Guardianships, Veterans Benefits, Estate Administration and the preparation of Wills, Powers of Attorney, Healthcare Directives, and Special Needs Trusts.

Kind and caring, Kandace truly enjoys helping seniors, persons with disabilities, and their loved ones understand the issues they face when difficult situations arise. She recognizes that every circumstance is different and will take the time to help work towards the best possible solution.

Kandace has been named a Super Lawyer by her peers and has received many distinctions including AVVO Client’s Choice Award and Martindale-Hubble Gold Client Award. Her firm is the author of Elder Law in Maryland.

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