Legal Articles, Estate

Probate Judge Assigns Conservators to Initiate Title XIX

Blog post about a case where a court appointed a conservator for both a woman and her estate.

CT Supreme Court Determines Extent of Immunity for Conservators

Blog post on the topic of immunity of conservators under Connecticut probate law.

Undue Influence: How to Avoid Deceit and Manipulation in Estate Planning

Blog post on the best ways to avoid deceit, manipulation, and other undue influence when planning your estate.

The Psychological Ramifications of Undue Influence

Blog post on the topic of undue influence in the creation of wills and trusts.

A New Look at Legal Recourse for Undue Influence

Blog post on the legal recourse for undue influence in the writing of wills.

Connecticut Man Steals $1.2 Million From In-Law's Estate

Article about a man charged with stealing over $1 million from the estate of his deceased in-laws.

Your Alternatives to Connecticut Probate: An Overview

FAQ describing ways to avoid getting involved in probate court in Connecticut.

New Connecticut Law Removes Probate Fee Cap

Blog post on a new Connecticut law removing the cap on probate court fees.

Understanding Connecticut Probate Fees and Taxation

Blog post on the different fees and taxes involved in Connecticut's probate process.

Connecticut Court Stands By Strict Probate Appeal Deadline

Article on Connecticut's strict probate appeals process.

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