Estate Lawyers - Probate Attorneys - Windsor CT

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Our Windsor, Connecticut Estate Planning Services:

Planning for My Family

Planning for a Parent

Planning for My Business

Planning for a Child With Special Needs

Our Windsor, Connecticut Probate Services:

Distributing an estate after the death of a loved one is a delicate matter. Whether probating a will or administering a trust, every asset and transaction must be recorded with detailed accuracy while still being sensitive to the needs of a grieving family. For over 20 years, Connecticut families have trusted Weatherby & Associates, PC to ensure their loved ones’ estates are handled correctly and compassionately, with special care taken to handle each estate the way their loved one intended. Learn more about Administering a Probate Estate or Trust.

Windsor, CT Probate & Estate Planning Resources

Beneficiary Designations Are Crucial

"Following the death of an account holder, an IRA account (and insurance policies, annuities and similar financial products) will pass according to what is specified on the beneficiary designation.  If a beneficiary designation is never completed or is not completed properly, an otherwise excellent plan may fail..."

Planning for a Loved One with Special Needs

"In general, a trust is a legal device whereby property of some sort (real estate, cash, tangible personal property, etc.) is managed by a person, termed the Trustee, for the benefit of certain other people, termed the beneficiaries.  A special needs trust, also called a “supplemental needs trust,” is a specific kind of trust created for the benefit of individuals who have physical or mental disabilities..."

Estate Lawyers - Probate Attorneys - Windsor CT


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