New Haven County Estate Planning Lawyer
Contact the Law Offices of William P. Burns Jr. LLC Today
There comes a time when planning for the future of your loved ones becomes
a priority. At the
Law Offices of William P. Burns Jr. LLC, our dedicated New Haven County estate planning lawyer not only understands
the many concerns and uncertainties that can go into this kind of planning
but also how to address them and ensure our clients establish a personalized,
comprehensive plans ready to provide them peace of mind.
Are you ready to discuss your estate? Our firm is ready to listen. Contact
us today to start reviewing your estate plan options.
Preparing for the Future
Estate planning can be a sensitive subject for many families, but crafting
a thorough and legally viable estate plan is essential to avoid needless
expenses and red tape and to best provide for your loved ones in the event
of the unexpected. Estate plans are also not just for the wealthy—these
plans benefit any sized estate and can be specifically drafted to meet
the needs of individuals and families facing an array of different circumstances.
- Our firm is ready to assist you with creating:
- Living Wills
After Someone Passes
If your loved one has just passed away and you have been named the executor
of their will or the administrator of their estate, then you will be responsible
for completing a process known as probate. Probate is the legal process
of resolving someone's estate after they have passed away. Executors
and administrators are tasked with various legal responsibilities in their
role, many of which they're likely dealing with for the very first time.
That is why hiring a dedicated and knowledgeable New Haven Country estate
planning lawyer is advised during this probate process. Our attorney is
ready to help you navigate these responsibilities and ensure that it is
completed as swiftly and efficiently as possible.
No matter what your estate planning needs or concerns might be, the Law
Offices of William P. Burns Jr. LLC is ready to hear from you. Fill out our
online form to tell us about your case today.