Elville and Associates Receives Honor from Brain Injury Association of Maryland

On Thursday, March 23rd, Elville and Associates, an estate planning, elder law, and special needs planning firm in Columbia and Annapolis, was selected as the 2021 Recipient of the Brain Injury Association of Maryland’s Organizational Leadership Award.  The Award is given annually in appreciation of an organization’s dedication to and support of the work of the Brain Injury Association of Maryland.

Upon learning of the firm’s honor, Elville and Associates’ Managing Principal and Lead Attorney Stephen Elville remarked, “I am humbly proud to receive this award on behalf of Elville and Associates from such an important, devoted, and mission-oriented organization as the Brain Injury Association of Maryland. Elville and Associates is privileged to partner with Executive Director Bryan Pugh and his staff of professionals at the Brain Injury Association of Maryland in a collaborative effort to positively affect the lives of those individuals and families impacted by traumatic brain injury.  Thank you to BIAMD for this award and for the opportunity to be a part of your important work.”

Founded in June 2010, by Stephen Elville, J.D., LL.M., Elville and Associates is an estate planning, elder law, and special needs planning practice.  It is the firm’s mission to provide practical solutions to its clients’ needs through counseling, education, and the use of superior legal-technical knowledge.  As it relates to special needs planning, the firm works collaboratively with individuals and families and their professional advisors to counsel, educate, and create a comprehensive plan for the family and their special needs loved one.  This includes, among other planning considerations:

  • establishing proper estate planning for the family, including the use of special needs trusts
  • leveraging means tested public benefits
  • selecting the proper team to provide lifetime management
  • planning for appropriate housing and an ongoing system for advocacy
  • providing financial security
  • planning for caregiving needs
  • coordinating the entire extended family’s planning
  • protect the beneficiary from predators and preserving assets for other heirs

Should you have any questions about Elville and Associates and its services, please contact Steve Elville at steve@elvilleassociates.com, or by phone at 443-393-7696 x108.  Bryan Pugh and the Brian Injury Association of Maryland staff may be reached at 410-448-2924.

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