Estate Planning (including Wills and Trusts)
Estate plans should be in place no matter what stage of life you or your loved ones are in. Different types of estate plans can be applicable for separate situations, including wills, trusts, living wills, and succession planning. For those in need of establishing a will or trust, contact the Law Office of Steven Reilly.
Advance directives are important to estate planning in case of an emergency or a deteriorating health condition that would benefit from having a plan in place. Establishing a durable power of attorney can help to ensure that your wishes are completely carried out. With a living will or trust in place, you can have a piece of mind in knowing that you are prepared no matter what happens. Discuss your plans with the Law Office of Steven Reilly today or schedule a confidential consultation.
Planning for the end of your life may seem stressful and difficult to imagine, however, it is a necessary step to ensure that all your assets and loved ones are taken care of. Many choices will need to be made and the help of a Connecticut estate planning lawyers can ensure that all aspects of your life and assets are accounted for and taken care of. If you or someone you know are in need of an estate plan or administrator set in place, contact the Law Office of Steven Reilly.
Different aspects involved in estate administration include, but are not limited to:
- Distributing assets
- Contested wills
- Administrator assignments
- Financial liabilities or obligations
Most situations involve an appointed representative to ensure that your wishes are carried out as they are stated in your will. With a plan already in place, you can have peace of mind in knowing that you are prepared for whatever the future may bring. Contact the Law office of Attorney Steven Reilly to begin discussing your available options. We are prepared with years of experience behind us to help you have a successful plan in place. Call our office to schedule your consultation today.