August 2019 Archives
People living in Connecticut and elsewhere often prefer to not consider their own mortality as well the mortality of those whom they love. Unfortunately, this very understandable aversion to the topic of death can lead to negative consequences for individuals and families.
Residential and commercial property purchases require a title search in order to ensure that you do not encounter any obstacles to owning the real estate free and clear. While most of these searches don't reveal any impediments to the buyer's ownership, it does happen.
A trust is an appealing estate planning tool for individuals in Connecticut who want to pass assets along to children and other descendants. A trust fund can be set up in a way that carefully controls disbursements of money and other assets. The exact way disbursements are handled is largely dependent on preferences and a trust creator's (grantor's) knowledge of how their designated heirs are likely to handle such assets.