Ronald R. Holden, Attorney at Law
Ronald R. Holden
Attorney at Law
In 1982 Ronald R. Holden founded his own estate planning, trust, probate and tax firm in Annapolis, Maryland, which continues today under the name HoldenCampbell.
Education, Bar Admissions & Credentials
Ron earned his B. A. degree from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1965, was awarded his J. D. degree by the University of Cincinnati School of Law in 1968, and is admitted to practice law before the Bars of Ohio (1969), District of Columbia (1974) and Maryland (1975). He served in the USAF Judge Advocate Corps from 1969 to 1975. Ron is a frequent lecturer and speaker on probate and estate planning topics at professional continuing education programs for attorneys, accountants, life underwriters, financial planners and development officers, pre-retirement programs for laypersons and a variety of civic groups, including the University of Maryland Extension Service. He is the author of an estate planning workbook titled, Estate Planning - A Family Affair, and the Maryland Gifts of Minors Chart. He is a member of the Baltimore Estate Planning Council, served on the Governor’s Task Force on Long-Term Financial Planning for Disabled Individuals during 1991 to 1993, and on the Maryland State Bar Association, Estates and Trusts Council from 1987 to 1993. He was very involved in the drafting and subsequent enactment in 1994 of the Maryland Discretionary Trust Act.
Services & Memberships
Mr. Holden presently serves on the Boards of the following charitable organizations and foundations: Youth Service and Development Corps and Anne Arundel Medical Center Foundation; he also devotes substantial energy and efforts to work among “the poorest of the poor” young people in Ethiopia and other developing countries. He has recently served on the Boards of Star Community, Hagerstown, Maryland (a residential and community program for developmentally disabled adults) and of Hospice of the Chesapeake. In the late 1970’s he helped to found the following community ministries: Christian Counseling Center of Annapolis, Timothy Project (focusing on chemically dependent adolescents), and the local offices of Bethany Christian Services (a national ministry to unwed mothers and an adoption agency). He is a former Board President of Annapolis Area Christian School (a state certified K-12 elementary and secondary school).
His community involvements include having supported and served in a variety of ways: Partners in Care, Young Life of Anne Arundel County, American Cancer Society, Severn River Land Trust, the Maryland State Board of Higher Education and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Annapolis.
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