Meghan McCulloch

Ms. McCulloch manages our Estates and Trust Administration practice group. She also handles estate planning and elder law matters, with an emphasis on special needs planning, including handling claims for Social Security disability benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, at every level of appeal, including representation before the U.S. District Court of Maryland. She has a wealth of experience in addressing the unique needs of individuals and families as they navigate through the disability process. Ms. McCulloch earned her law degree from University of Baltimore School of Law

All About Trustees What Are Their Duties and How to Choose the Right One For You

Join Elville and Associates’ Principal Attorney Meghan McCulloch and Associate Attorney Michael Joseck as they offer this webinar discussion about the very important topic of trustees, their duties, and how to choose the right one for you. Choosing a Trustee is one of the most intensive pieces of the estate planning process, and a choice …

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Navigating the Social Security Disability Process

Everyone thinks they know about Social Security disability, but do they really? Presented by Elville and Associates’ Social Security disability attorney and principal, Meghan McCulloch, this webinar recording provides a general overview of the Social Security disability eligibility rules and adjudication process along with practical examples. Topics Include: • The difference between SSI and SSDI …

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Guardianship — What Parents and Family Members Need to Know

Offered by Elville and Associates’ Principal Meghan E. McCulloch, this presentation discusses the guardianship process in-depth and what families and parents need to know to prepare for it. Among the topics of discussion are: What is guardianship? What are the benefits and drawbacks? What are the main questions every family should ask before making the …

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The Biden Administration’s Effect on Estates, Trusts, and Tax Planning

Talking about politics can sometimes be risky business.  However, as is often said, elections have consequences and in the context of estate planning it is important to examine the Biden Administration’s effect on estates, trusts, and tax planning.  After the outcome of the recent Senate run-off election in Georgia, we now know that we have …

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