Blog Posts in March, 2011

How does the Connecticut Estate Tax Work? (And a Little Bit About the New Federal Estate Tax Law)

Click Here to Fill Out a Case Evaluation Form & Consult an Estate Planning Attorney Most people have an attorney create a will, or a revocable living trust, or another estate planning document ...
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Why should I leave money in a trust for the children?

Many clients have kids who are very mature. Some have kids who are great with money. A few might even have kids who work in financial services and have a very sophisticated knowledge of money. Then ...
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Do I Need a Power of Attorney?

The short answer is that you very well could need a Power of Attorney, but that it might not be enough to ensure your financial obligations are met when you need it most. Unfortunately, most people ...
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What is an “I Love You” Will?

Recently, someone asked me to explain to them what it means to have an "I Love You" Will. This is a very good question, and I thought that there might be a few more folks out there who could benefit ...
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