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Your Last Will and Testament is a very personal statement. It is your opportunity to speak for yourself, one last time, after your death. Who will handle the financial affairs if you pass away? Who will make sure your family and close friends are taken care of? Who will take care of your children? What will happen to your remains? These are all of the questions that you can answer in your Last Will and Testament.
Estate Planning can be complicated or simple, but no two situations are exactly alike. If you are looking for a lawyer that wants to make sure your property is divided in the way you want, then contact me today to set up a consultation where we will discuss your options.
If you are the type of person that does not want the details of your estate to become a public record, you might consider the option of setting up a trust to transfer your property upon death (or sooner). Unlike a will, a trust is a private document that will not be filed with the probate court. Depending on the complexity of your situation, and what you are looking to accomplish, different documents will be needed. Give me a call today to discuss.
I provide estate planning and tax planning services throughout Connecticut.
I also provide probate services in Bethel, Danbury, New Haven, and Naugatuck.