Estate Planning, Wills & Trusts in Connecticut

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Few things can give you more peace of mind about the future than an excellent estate plan. Setting up a will or establishing a trust will place a hedge of security around your loved ones—as well as your estate—that lasts even after you are gone. My firm can provide the legal counsel and guidance that you need to plan your estate and find such peace of mind.

Why hire an estate planning attorney?

Estate planning, wills and trusts are not familiar areas of law. No one should attempt to navigate the paperwork, documentation and legal jargon these matters involve without the guidance of a trained and experienced Fairfield County estate planning attorney. I am Attorney John Massih and I have assisted clients in the estate planning process for many years. I have an in-depth understanding of Connecticut estate planning laws and can provide the step-by-step guidance that you need.

Reasons to hire Massih Law, LLC include:

Contact my firm today at (203) 651-5521 to discuss your estate plan!

Estate Planning Lawyer Serving Fairfield & New Haven Counties

Estate planning can involve a number of different factors. By drafting a last will and testament, you can have a legal document that outlines your last wishes, ensuring that your estate is properly administered—and administered by someone you trust—after you pass on. Living trusts allow you to control how your estate is handled while you are still living, particularly in regards to a beneficiary.

Massih Law, LLC is here to help you protect your assets. Your best interests will always be your my main concern should you retain me to assist you in planning your estate. I will thoroughly explain your options and help you understand the process so that you can make decisions that are best for your unique case. Speak with me today to learn what can be done to prepare your estate for the future.

Hire an Estate Planning Attorney in Fairfield County

Act now to get your estate in order. The future is unpredictable, so it is never too early to draft a will or a living trust. Your family will be thankful that you took early action, since an excellent estate plan significantly eases the probate process.

Call (203) 651-5521 today to schedule your consultation with an estate planning lawyer!