Legal Articles, Estate

CT Supreme Court Grants Executor Fees Despite Beneficiary Criticism

Blog post on a case where the Connecticut Supreme Court granted executor fees despite criticism of the beneficiary.

Heirs and Intestate Succession: Determining Who Gets What

Blog post explaining what happens in Connecticut if someone dies without a valid will (referred to as "intestacy").

Connecticut Probate Law: Heirs and Distribution of Property

Blog post explaining the process of inheritance and distribution of property

American Law Incubates New Concerns For Prospective Heirs

Blog post on the legal ability of people in the US to disinherit their children.

Connecticut Courts Reinforce Strict Adherence to Will Provisions

Article on Connecticut guidelines regarding will provisions.

Trusts and Probate Law: What You Need To Know

FAQ about trusts and the probate process in Connecticut.

CT Probate Guide: The Testamentary and Living Trust

Blog post on the topics of testamentary trusts and living trusts.

Digital Information and Records Present New Probate Questions

Blog post discussing the implications of social media on the probate process.

Son Recieves $1 Inheritance, Suspects Undue Influence

Article about a son alleging undue influence in his father's will after only receiving $1 from the estate.

The Basics of a Conservatorship: Questions and Answers

FAQ about conservatorship in Connecticut.

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