When we are preparing for our future, most people have heard of the term Estate Planning in Connecticut but are not quite sure what it is and yet, they are positive that it doesn’t concern them. Estate Planning and Probate sound like terms that concern our grandparents or those enjoying their golden years. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Nearly every individual has an “estate”. You, me, and the neighbor, and it doesn’t matter how large or how insignificant your bank account may seem to you. If you have any kind of bank account, own any property, a vehicle, or any other physical property or assets, regardless of their value, these are all part of your estate. Anything can happen at any time and the inevitable day will come that your family is faced with the difficult task of dealing with your affairs.
It is vital that we take proper precautions and great care in planning our estate while we have the ability to do so in order that anything we own is distributed fairly and appropriately according to our own wishes and instructions. The current state of the global community is such that many have taken an interest in how to settle their affairs in a manner that does not leave their loves ones vulnerable. Here’s how Rachel Mirsky can help:
Rachel Mirsky is an experienced estate attorney who will help you to determine your estate’s administration with: