Fairfield County Asset Protection Lawyers
Protecting Your Finances with Estate Planning Tools
Estate planning has a wide range of tools that can be used to your benefit, with asset protection being an important one. Without protection in place, your assets can diminish in value as a result of taxes and other factors. In order to protect the estate you've worked hard to build, you must employ wealth protection strategies. Our Fairfield County asset protection attorneys at the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay can guide you through the various tools, including wills, trusts, and estate planning documents.
We represent clients all over Fairfield County and the surrounding areas. Give us a call at (203) 380-1743.
Guard Your Assets against Taxes
A proper asset protection plan should involve sitting down to learn about your goals, getting advice on your options, and putting those tools in place. Our team has 70 years of combined experience and can help you reach your objectives. We can also help you with all of the extensive paperwork required to protect your future wealth. Because we have such extensive experience and knowledge of estate planning law, we can identify potential vulnerabilities and protect you against them.
A few examples of vulnerabilities we can protect against include:
- Liability from misconduct
- Liability as a guarantor for another
- Personal injuries on your premises
- Professional malpractice liability
- Personal liability
- Lawsuits from former business partners
Take Action to Protect Your Assets
As you can see, there are many ways to protect your assets, from special trusts to business organization. The first step is meeting with a Fairfield County asset protection lawyer who can explain your options in further detail and help you make the best possible choices. When it comes to your property—whether that may be homes, money, vehicles, or other personal belongings—you simply cannot afford to not put measures in place. At the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay, we are focused on educating and protecting our clients. We can help you to put an asset protection plan in place and assist with any other estate planning needs.
To make sure your rights and assets are protected, call us at (203) 380-1743.