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Choosing a Fiduciary
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One of the most difficult decisions you’ll make when creating your estate plan is who to name as your executor, your trustee, and agents under your advance medical directive and power of attorney. You may think the answer is obvious – your spouse, followed by your oldest child or all of your children, perhaps. To really make a good selection, however, it’s important that you understand the responsibilities that come with each of these fiduciary positions and whether the individuals named are capable of and willing to serve in each capacity.

An executor is the individual, corporation or trust company named in your last will and testament to wrap up your affairs, pay any final debts, and distribute your estate in accordance with your wishes. This person’s responsibilities begin after you pass away and upon their qualification in circuit court. Depending on the assets passing through your will, this person may be required to file an inventory listing all of the assets of the probate estate, as well as annual accountings until the estate administration is complete. There are several steps that must be taken in the administration of a probate estate, and we find that in many cases, this process takes about a year to complete.
 
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Special contribution by William Fralin, Esq.

Silver hair doesn't mean stay-at-homeThe research firm TNS TravelsAmerica found that twenty percent of domestic travelers are age 65+. That's a lot of people and some may need some assistance during the trip. 

Our travel companions services are available for local or long distance trips. Some companion services include:
  • assistance with airport navigation, luggage and security
  • medication reminders 
  • dressing, bathing and feeding
Traveling nurse services are available for those with specific medical needs.

We know that the upcoming holiday seasons can be a cause of stress if you're planning to travel with or host senior guests who require some help. Please call us to discuss your situation. 1-866-687-7307
The annual Walk to End Alzheimer's is October 8! The Capital City Nurses team will be walking again this year, and we hope you can join us! If you can't be with us in person, please support our team and this important cause with a donation. Click here for all the details.

What Mission Work Means To A Nurse

Our very own Maura is a Regional Nurse Manager for Capital City Nurses in our Annapolis area/Severna Park location. She took a life changing trip to Honduras, and shared her experience in this issue of the Severna Park Voice.
We provide the best care available to clients and families with varying needs. Our team of nurses, nursing assistants, and care providers offers the following services:
  • Care Assessment
  • ADL (Activities of daily living)
  • Elder Care
  • Post-Operative Care
  • Short & Sweet
  • Medication Management
  • “Daughter Down the Street/Son Stopping By” Companion Service
Any question, any time, no matter where you are in your journey, one of our experienced care coordinators is available to listen and provide answers.

We’re available 24/7
1-866-687-7307

The Cottage at Curry Manor
Refined Residential Living
for Seniors


~Only One Suite Available Now~
Please call us 301-652-4344
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Click here for the Cottage at Curry Manor newsletter
Capital City Nurses Registry is a caregiver referral service founded in 1976. The registry staff helps clients and families locate qualified, independent Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), Registered Nurses (RNs), and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) to provide one-on-one care in the home or at medical facilities.

866-687-7307 24/7 Careline

Service Area

Capital City Nurses serves the greater Washington, Northern Virginia, Baltimore and Annapolis areas including the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and Delaware. We work with your schedule and come to you, wherever you are.

For more information, or to schedule a caregiver, call the Capital City
Nurses toll-free hotline at: 1-866-687-7307
 


Coastal Home Care Services (Eastern & Western shores)
1323 Mt. Herman Rd.,
Suite 5B
Salisbury, MD 21804

410-572-5606
Coastal Home Care now has its own monthly newsletter! Click here to read it

D.C.
4900 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Suite 220
Washington DC, 20016

202-243-0110

Delaware
20771 Professional Park Boulevard
Georgetown, Delaware, 19947

302-752-1800

Severna Park/Annapolis, Maryland
485 Ritchie Highway
Suite 206 A
Severna Park, MD 21146

410-344-7495

Virginia
700 Princess St.
Suite 200
Alexandria, VA 22314 


703-310-6635
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