April L. Dixon
April L. Dixon (f/k/a April L. Inskeep) is an associate attorney at McCurdy, Dean & Graditor, LLC.
April works with clients to prepare their estate planning documents, including wills, powers of attorney, advance medical directives, and trust agreements. April is deeply committed to assisting clients through the various steps of estate and trust administration when a loved one has passed away. April represents personal representatives in the administration of estates, preparing accountings, assisting with the conveyance of real estate and personal property. She also represents trustees in the administration, management, and distribution of assets held in trust.
April also provides representation to commercial and residential real estate developers and builders in the development of residential subdivisions, commercial retail centers, corporate parks, and other projects throughout the region. April negotiates and drafts real estate contracts, covenants, and easements of all types.
April received her Bachelor of Science from Towson University, cum laude, in 2011. She then worked as a licensed property claims adjuster for a large insurance company for multiple years, where she gained invaluable experience investigating claims, reviewing insurance contracts, and negotiating with contractors. April received her Juris Doctorate in 2016 from the University of Baltimore School of Law, magna cum laude. Upon graduation from law school, April clerked for the Honorable William W. Tucker of the Circuit Court for Howard County. Since completing her clerkship, April has represented clients throughout Frederick County in estate planning, estate administration, and real estate matters.
April is admitted to the State Bar of Maryland and is an active member of the Maryland State Bar Association, the Bar Association of Frederick County, and the Frederick County Estate Planning Council. April is the current Chair of the Young Lawyers Section of the Bar Association of Frederick County. April has always called Frederick home – she grew up on a farm outside of Mt. Airy and returned to Frederick following law school. April volunteers as a judge and mentor with Frederick County 4-H.