Aquanetta Betts, Esq Shares Her Story

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Aquanetta J. Betts is a solo practitioner in Owings Mills, Maryland, where she has devoted
90 percent of her practice to estate planning, charitable giving and probate for the last ten years.
She has extensive experience in creating estate plans for individuals with challenging
circumstances, tax concerns and unique needs. Her recent activities include starting a blog about
estate planning for individuals and small business owners and working with nonprofits to
commence or re-energize planned giving programs.

Aquanetta has served in the capacity of a special administrator as appointed by the
Baltimore County Orphans’ Court. She has administered and settled numerous complex estates
on behalf of heirs throughout Maryland.

Aquanetta has been a frequent speaker at local chamber of commerce events, financial club
meetings and community functions throughout the District of Columbia and Maryland. She is a
member of the National Bar Association, the Maryland Bar Association (Estates and Trusts
Section) and the Alliance of Black Women Attorneys of Maryland.

Aquanetta lives in suburban Maryland, is interested in aviation and is looking forward to
relearning how to play the violin.

EDUCATION & CREDENTIALS
Bar Admissions: The District of Columbia and Maryland
J.D., Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center, 2000
B.A., (English), Florida International University, 1997

Motivational Monday-Maya Angelou Let Her Light Shine

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By Andrea Price @a_price1

“This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine!” Dr. Maya Angelou truly let her light shine. He courage to overcome obstacles and her faith to know that it could be done put her in a position to let her light shine, encourage those she encountered and empower people with her wit and love.

As a young girl growing up in Arkansas, I remember learning that Dr. Angelou lived in Stamps, Arkansas. Her story gave me hope that despite growing up on a dirt road in the middle of the woods in Arkansas, I knew I could still follow my dreams. She truly epitomized a Phenomenal Woman!

y or comprehension. She lived a life as a teacher, activist, artist and human being. She was a warrior for equality, tolerance and peace. The family is extremely appreciative of the time we had with her and we know that she is looking down upon us with love.

I hope you enjoy the video!

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