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Decades Of Experience Handling Wills And Trusts For Connecticut Residents

Last updated on October 7, 2022

A last will and testament is the foundation of a solid estate plan. It is the document that establishes how you wish to distribute your assets to your beneficiaries. Trusts are also an important tool that you can use to pass your property and other assets to your family.

At Burns Thomas, LLC, we can help you make use of a will and trusts to set your loved ones up for a financially stable future. For decades, we have served the people of Connecticut with all aspects of estate planning, including wills and trusts. We make sure you understand the options available so that you can take full advantage of the tools at hand.

Trusts: Know Your Options

Trusts are fiduciary arrangements in which one party holds and manages your assets for a beneficiary. Some of the options you have for incorporating a trust into your estate plan include:

You do not need to have significant wealth to use a trust. They can benefit you and your inheritors greatly by minimizing the impact of taxes and granting you more control over your assets.

What Are The Benefits Of Having A Will?

Every adult should have a lawyer create a legally sound will for them. Some of the most important reasons to have a will include:

  • Making the probate process faster, simpler and less expensive for your loved ones
  • Transferring assets to the right beneficiaries
  • Donating money to the charities of your choice
  • Selecting a guardian for your minor children or an adult who has special needs

Most courts will not honor wills that you create yourself with documents that you find online. To ensure that the court upholds your will and other estate planning documents, have our attorneys create them for you.

Discuss Wills, Trusts And Other Tools Today

The sooner you have a will and/or trusts in place, the sooner you can have peace of mind. Our attorneys can give you this peace of mind through our estate planning services. Reach out to our Naugatuck office to request an initial consultation. Call 203-429-0473 or send us an email to get started.