Legal Articles, Estate

Why Every Family Needs a Will

What happens if you die without a will?

Probate Court Powers and Jurisdiction: An Overview

Blog post on the authority of probate courts.

The Probate Process: On Intellectual Disability and Guardianship

Blog post on guardians of minors with intellectual disabilities in the probate process.

Court Upholds Youth Services Commitment of Disabled Son to Facility

Blog post about the rights of a neglected child in probate proceedings.

Guardian ad Litem Plays Dual Role in Adult Ward's Probate Matter

Blog post on the guardian ad litem's dual role in probate matters.

Connecticut Probate Law: The Termination of Parental Rights

Blog post on the termination of parental rights in probate cases in Connecticut.

Father Appeals Termination of Parental Rights on Due Process Claims

Blog post on the topic of parental rights.

Probate Law: The Role and Duties of a Will Executor

Blog post explaining the responsibilities of will executors in Connecticut.

Connecticut Probate Guide: The Executor and Administrator

Blog post on the roles of executor and administrator in the Connecticut probate process.

Executor Looks to Wind Up Decedent's Westport Business

Blog post on the responsibilities of executors in Connecticut.

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