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Can I amend a living trust?

Living trusts are common in Connecticut estate planning because of their favorable attributes, such as not having to go through the probate process and gaining more flexible control over its terms and implementation. But what if you want to add properties or change...

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Irrevocable life insurance trusts

Much more goes into estate planning than many Connecticut residents might think. Usually, movies and Hollywood will only focus on a last will and testament - as if that’s the only way to pass your belongings onto your beneficiaries. In reality, there are a lot of...

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What could a bypass trust do for you?

Married couples in Connecticut may want to open a bypass trust as one of their wealth transferring strategies. If you want to first pass on certain assets to your spouse, then your children, then a bypass trust is an option to consider. Pass on assets to your spouse...

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