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Wills Attorneys in Fairfield County

Working to Prevent Complicated Estate Issues in Fairfield and Newhaven Counties

A will (or a last will and testament) is one of the most common and useful estate planning documents. As a legally binding document, a will can be used to establish your wishes regarding your assets and how you would like them to be handled. The more specific and descriptive you are in naming beneficiaries and instructions, the better. At the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay, we have 70 years of combined experience handling wills and other complex estate planning services. Our experienced Fairfield County wills lawyers can answer your questions and provide you with the advice and guidance you may need.

Would you like our help in preparing a will? Call us at (203) 896-8882.

Types of Wills & Their Importance

When a person passes away without a will, it means that their property will be distributed according to state laws by the probate court. In many cases, this means that your beneficiaries may not receive the intended property or assets. If the court has difficulty tracking down your relatives, your property will likely end up in the hands of the state. While a will is not legally required, you can achieve serious peace of mind by putting one in place. You will be able to rest easy knowing that your wishes are in writing and that decisions will not be left to the state's discretion.

We have experience with all types of wills and related matters, including:

  • Living wills
  • Statutory wills
  • Will contests

    Benefits of Establishing a Will

    Putting your wishes in a legally binding document offers many benefits in addition to peace of mind. A will can also be used to appoint a guardian, name an executor, explain your funeral wishes, and direct how your finances should be handled after your death. At the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay, we understand that thinking about the inevitability of death may seem morose, but helping you put your final wishes in writing is important. You can rely on our Fairfield County wills lawyers to help with all of your estate planning needs.

    For compassionate counsel, call us at (203) 896-8882. We represent clients in Fairfield County and the surrounding areas. 

    Why Choose the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay?

    Your Future Depends On It!
    1. Over 70 Years of Combined Legal Experience
    2. Former Public Defenders and Judicial Law Clerks
    3. Thousands of Cases Successfully Handled
    4. Personalized One-on-One Attention
    5. Well-Respected in the Legal Community
    6. Committed to Fighting for Your Rights
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