Meredith Martin advises individuals and families in estate and trust planning and administration, and related business and real estate matters. She routinely works with owners of closely held businesses, corporate executives, physicians, foundations, and non-profit entities. Meredith maintains client relationships and actively practices in both Maryland and Florida, with a particular focus on clients who are present in both jurisdictions or require counsel regarding residency and tax planning issues.
Meredith has been recognized as AV Preeminent® by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating for ethical standards and legal ability, the highest rating available after evaluation of a lawyer by other members of the bar and judiciary. She has also been recognized by Maryland Super Lawyers and has been honored as a Fellow of the Maryland Bar Foundation and a Fellow of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association. She is pursuing an LL.M. in Taxation, with a Certificate in Estate Planning, from Georgetown Law.
District of Columbia
University of Maryland School of Law, J.D., with honors, 2004
Loyola University Maryland, M.B.A., 2012, and B.B.A. (Finance), cum laude, 2001
Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Maryland, 1998
Estate Planning Council of Naples, Inc.
The Michael R. N. McDonnell American Inn of Court
The Florida Bar, Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Section
Collier County Bar Association
Collier County Women’s Bar Association
Maryland State Bar Association, Judicial Appointments Committee (2011-Present)
Baltimore County Bar Association
Catholic Charities of Baltimore, Planned Giving Council
Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce
AV Rated, Martindale-Hubbell
Maryland Bar Foundation, Fellow
Maryland State Bar Association, Leadership Academy, Fellow
American Bar Association, Business Law Section, Fellow
We are pleased to share that Jason Ornduff has been appointed to serve on the firm’s Board of Executives, effective September 12, 2023.
Elizabeth Garlovsky and Tiffany McKenzie explain why you’ll want to add provisions regarding tangible personal property, such as furniture, vehicles, electronics, and jewelry, to your will or trust to ensure smooth inheritance, prevent disputes, and help distribute sentimental items as you wish.