Estate Planning Attorney - Granby CT

estate planning attorney Hank WeatherbyPlan for your family's future with the assistance of estate planning attorney Hank Weatherby. Attorney Weatherby has served Granby CT and towns in greater Hartford for over two decades. Estate plans are as individual as each family is. You have worked hard all your life to provide the lifestyle your family has enjoyed over your lifetime. The purpose of an estate plan is to determine what happens to your property upon your death. Would you like to avoid probate, or minimize or eliminate estate taxes? As a leading Connecticut estate planning lawyer, Attorney Hank Weatherby helps individuals manage their assets. As an estate planning attorney will help you draft a will, assign power of attorney, and name an executor of your will. Failure to formulate an estate plan for your heirs could risk significant loss due to taxes and probate costs. 

Estate planning protects your rights as a patient, assuring your personal dignity in a medical emergency. Estate planning will dictate in advance the kind of care you want and deserve. Should you suffer a brain injury or an accident, you will want a trusted individual to carry out your wishes. Preparing for late-life health care needs protects your estate and assets against unnecessary loss. Achieve the peace of mind that comes with advance planning for your loved ones. Discover how you can do more for yourself and the people you care about with custom estate planning from Weatherby & Associates, PC. Contact us today at 860-769-6938.

Talk to Weatherby & Associates about making an estate plan. The financial well-being of your family could hang in the balance. Call today: 860-769-6938.


Our service area includes the towns and surrounding areas of Avon CT, Farmington CT, Granby CT, and Suffield CT, in Hartford County CT.


Estate Planning Attorney | Granby CT | Weatherby & Associates, PC


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