Detailed Estate Planning And Elder Law Attorneys Helping You Plan For The Future
No matter what any of us may wish, we simply cannot guarantee what the future has in store, which is why it is always important to be proactive in planning contingencies for what may happen to protect what is most important. Regardless of wealth or status, most people strive to provide for their families throughout their life and to ensure that after death, their legacy continues to provide for loved ones. One of the most important things you can do to achieve the latter is to make sure you have a well set up estate plan to take care of your family in case you are abruptly taken from them. For answers to basic questions about estate plans and the planning process, you can always reach out to a member of our team for additional information.
We provide estate planning advice to a diverse client base in the New London area for clients of all ages and with all manner of financial backgrounds. From a basic estate plan to the most sophisticated, the legal professionals at Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C., have the experience and knowledge to address each client’s estate planning needs. We also advise clients on eligibility issues related to government benefits, including Medicaid benefits. One of the lawyers in our elder law department is also a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
Our Team Can Help You Create A Comprehensive Connecticut Estate Plan
At Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C., we take the time to develop relationships with our clients as we learn about their financial situation and future goals because we view them as partners in the process of developing their estate plans. Once we review our client’s unique situation and priorities, our lawyers will develop a tailored estate plan that may include:
- A last will and testament designating an executor and specific gifts
- Revocable and/or irrevocable trusts that deal with unique situations, such as a Supplemental Needs Trust for a disabled child
- Irrevocable life insurance trusts
- Specialized grantor retained interest trusts — Qualified Personal Residence Trusts, Grantor Retained Annuity Trusts or Grantor Retained Unitrusts
Our Firm Is Adept At Handling Difficult And Sensitive Elder Law Issues
Even the healthiest seniors can be affected by a sudden illness or injury. The costs of assisted living and nursing care continue to increase, so planning for disability can reduce the risk that an estate is depleted to pay for long-term care.
Our firm is devoted to helping Connecticut families address issues related to aging and disability. We represent clients with the following matters:
- Government benefit and Medicaid planning
- Elder abuse and neglect
- Conservatorships providing for a disabled friend or family member
We can assist with all aspects of conservatorship administration. Our lawyers have the experience needed to address complex administrative issues, from the application process to the administration of the estate of a disabled friend or relative.
Speak With A Member Of Our Team Today
It can be difficult to discuss creating an estate plan, however it is worth the discomfort if it means that your family will be protected should the worst happen to you. Our team of skilled estate and elder law attorneys is here for you no matter what you need, so do not hesitate to reach out to us for help. You can call our office by dialing 860-868-4952 or by sending us a message online. We offer free, initial consultations to our prospective clients, so call today and schedule a meeting with us.