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Estate & Trust Administration

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So, lucky you, you got picked to be in charge of the estate or trust. Now you need to know how to keep this assignment from consuming, or even ruining, your life.

Inventories, accountings, claims and creditors. Is the joint account part of the estate? Can you charge for your work? How much? Yep – all of that matters.

Best advice you can get is to work with a lawyer who knows the rules, knows how to pull information together, meet deadlines, and keep the process from spiraling out of control and taking over your life. You don’t need the stress.

CT lawyers are glad to help – and this is what they do. It’s not their first rodeo so to speak. They will get the job done, and do everything within their powers to keep you out of hot water.

To read more about estate and trust administration, check out these articles:

Guilty Thoughts at the Funeral Home

Guilty Thoughts at the Funeral Home

Jul 26, 2017 | Chalgian & Tripp

Someone close to you died. You’re nicely dressed and at the funeral home. All the talk is about condolences, sympathy and shared memories. It’s not that you aren’t...
The Top 10 Ways to Incite Anarchy When You Die

The Top 10 Ways to Incite Anarchy When You Die

Sep 02, 2016 | Doug Chalgian

When I talk to clients about their estate planning objectives, and make suggestions as to how things might go smoother, one reaction I sometimes get is: “I don’t...
Funerals & Family Fights

Funerals and Family Fights

Oct 01, 2008 | Doug Chalgian

It’s a cliché among estate attorneys: the biggest legal battles often begin with disputes about the smallest items: “who gets the mantle clock?” … for...

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