Hartford Asset Protection Lawyers
At the heart of estate planning is the idea of asset protection and eventual transfer of those assets. Individuals and couples can plan ahead with assurance for how their assets will be managed during any period of incapacitation as well as after death. Through trusts, wills and business succession planning, our Hartford attorneys guide our clients in the most appropriate ways for them to protect assets and pass them on according to their values and wishes.
Connecticut Estate Planning Attorneys Help Clients Prioritize And Carry Out Personalized Asset Protection Strategies
An appropriate, personalized estate plan for a given individual or couple will include components that focus on accomplishing the client’s objectives. Our estate planning attorneys implement well-established as well as cutting-edge planning techniques and aspects such as:
- Revocable (“Inter Vivos”) living trusts
- Last wills and testaments
- Powers of attorney
- Living wills
- Advance medical directives
- Credit shelter planning
- Trusts for minor children or grandchildren
- Irrevocable life insurance trusts
- Quitclaim deeds and life estate deeds
- Asset protection trusts
- Alaska, Delaware and Nevada Trusts
- Family limited partnerships
Utilizing a variety of entities, contracts, and planning techniques, we can help clients protect their hard-earned assets, businesses, and property from creditors, spouses, and lawsuits. Customized asset protection strategies often involve corporate entities and irrevocable trusts to shelter assets.
A living trust is a revocable trust agreement designed to avoid probate delay and expense. A living trust helps maintain protection of confidentiality of personal affairs and wishes and ensures that those wishes will be carried out by trusted individuals.
Contact Our Connecticut Asset Protection Attorneys
Our estate planning lawyers at Brown Paindiris & Scott, LLP, are available to help you craft your own comprehensive estate plan. You can contact our Hartford office by calling 860-659-0700. As life changes occur (births, marriages, business startups or deaths, for example), it is advisable to update your estate planning documents to help ensure that your wishes will be respected as your assets are distributed after death.