Estate Planning Attorneys in ConnecticutWhen a loved one dies, as difficult as it may be to move on, eventually, move on we all must. Moving on inevitably requires winding up the affairs of the family member or friend who has died. In Connecticut this means dealing with the Probate Court because that is the Court that handles the winding up of a decedent’s affairs.  Whether the winding up process requires full Probate Court administration, an expedited short form Probate Court administration, or nothing more than the filing of a Connecticut Estate Tax Return, you can count on us to get the job done sensitively, efficiently, and expeditiously.

We successfully have probated many hundreds of estates in many different Connecticut Probate Courts. We know the Courts, what needs to be done, and we know how to get it done efficiently. We know, from our own personal experiences, what it feels like when you lose a loved family member or friend: it is wrenching, it is painful, it is disruptive, and, even though it gets easier over time, it never really goes away.

You can count on us to listen to what you say and be sensitive about your loss, but, at the same time, guide you quickly and easily through what needs to be done to wind up the affairs of your loved family member or friend.