Danbury Trust Attorneys
Wills, Estates and Trusts Lawyer in Connecticut and New York
When we plan for the future, it is critical that our wishes regarding the disposition of our assets is fully documented and carefully drafted to avoid an individual or relative in the future contesting a will and other legal problems for our chosen heirs. When addressing these matters, it is important to ensure that you have legal counsel from a trust lawyer that is skilled and experienced in creating a trust, assisting in the preparation of a will and all other estate matters.
When clients have a large number of properties and assets, the careful drafting of all relevant documents is extremely important. Even in smaller estates, ensuring that your heirs are not faced with serious legal problems after your death is important.
What is a Will?
A legal document stating who a person's property is to be distributed to after death.
What is a Trust?
An agreement designating property from one person to another. A trust is active as soon as it is created, whereas a will only goes into effect after the death of the creator.
Estate Planning Lawyer: Addressing your Concerns with Trusts, Wills, and Planning
Without properly drafted and filed documents, the government can step in and make the decisions regarding the disposition of your estate. At Jowdy & Jowdy, the legal team recognized how important these matters are and are prepared to discuss your situation and advise you as to the best course of action regarding your estate.
Each family has individual circumstances, assets and other matters that are important to them. With a careful evaluation of your individual case, as well as your wishes for the distribution of your estate, the proper documents can be drawn up and filed. These are very important matters that must be addressed by an attorney that is familiar with all types of estate, trust, and wills in order to get the result that you hope for.
The legal team at the firm is dedicated to correctly drafting the paperwork that will reflect your wishes with regard to your estate and to educate the client about the various types of tax matters that could influence the type of trust you may wish to create based on the value of the estate in question.
Contact a Trust Attorney from the firm to get legal counsel regarding your estate matters.