Ms. Blair is an associate in the Trusts and Estates Practice Group, where she concentrates on estate planning, estate and trust administration, tax planning, and wealth preservation strategies.

Jamie plans both taxable and nontaxable estates for families and high net worth individuals, utilizing wills, powers of attorney, advance medical directives, charitable giving, and a variety of trusts, including: revocable, special needs, asset protection, and irrevocable life insurance. She also advises trustees and personal representatives on proper estate and trust administration and serves as counsel in contested trust and estate litigation, including claims of undue influence, lack of capacity, breach of fiduciary duty, and fee disputes. She currently serves as the trustee of a charitable trust for one of the country’s largest publicly traded lodging real estate investment trusts.

Previously, Jamie focused on estate planning for individuals with special needs and assisted in the day-to-day administration of over sixty special needs trusts. As part of this practice, Jamie consulted with families to safeguard ongoing eligibility for means-test public benefits, such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income.

Jamie earned her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, where she received the CALI award for academic excellence and served as the Executive Editor of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review. She is currently admitted to practice in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia.

  • May 2020
    Client Alert: Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Authorizes Remote Witnessing for Estate Planning Documents

    Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has passed emergency Executive Order Number 20-04-10-01, which facilitates the execution of estate planning documents by allowing remote witnessing through video-conferencing. This Executive Order is a follow up to Executive Order 20-03-30-04 which authorized remote notarization of estate planning documents. This temporary legislation suspends the traditional in-person witnessing requirement for Wills, Advance Medical Directives, and... Read More >

  • April 2020
    Client Alert: Estate and Business Succession Planning During the Coronavirus Quarantine

    As efforts to contain the coronavirus continue throughout the United States and across the globe, Jackson & Campbell remains committed to the safety and well-being of our clients, employees, and the communities in which we live and work. Although our physical office is closed to the public, we continue to service new and existing clients - not just by offering... Read More >