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June 2018 Archives

Powers of attorney put powers in the right hands

Death is never a good topic, but planning for it can do our families and friends a lot of favors. The right last will and testament can make it much easier for your successors to make sense of your intentions and execute your wishes after you are gone or if you cannot communicate them.

Don't count on your children taking over the family business

When you have a successful family business that has been around for decades, perhaps even generations, you likely think it will continue to go that way once you retire or pass on. You are not alone in your belief. According to Business Law Today, 69 percent of family business owners assume children will take over the company.

Probate courts raise concerns about abuse by conservators

A person is thinking of his or her family or community after he or she is ffffffffffffffffffffffffgone. The possibility of mental decline makes it necessary to plan for the future of assets. A relative intended to leave someone a bequest. These are all good reasons for Connecticutians to visit a probate court.

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