The process of probate is something that you should take into consideration when you are planning your estate.
You may envision a somber meeting among family members where the last will of a deceased individual is read. In fact, things do not stop there. The estate must be probated when a last will is used to state the final wishes of someone who passes away, and you would do well to understand some of the details.
To this end we have created an informative free report that we are offering to our neighbors here in the greater Hartford area. If you are interested in learning about the probate process and how it affects you and your family take a moment to click this link and complete the form that you will see to the right of the page:
Probate does not necessarily have to be viewed as a problem. You must simply go forward understanding probate thoroughly as you create an estate plan that addresses the realities of this process as it exists here in Connecticut.
Some people buy into the sales pitches that you see on the Internet regarding do-it-yourself last wills. One of the problems with these DIY documents is the fact that the probate process is different depending on the jurisdiction, so you would do well to work with a local estate planning lawyer who understands Connecticut probate law.
We urge you to download the report so that you can gain a foundational understanding of probate and ultimately make informed decisions when you are planning ahead for the future.
To learn more, please download our free What are the Drawbacks of Probate? report.
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