There are laws that regulate the way transfers are made in each state in order to prevent both intentional fraud and mistakes. This law allows those with an interest to challenge the transfer of assets.
Issues relating to a loved one’s finances can be incredibly sensitive and difficult to navigate, especially if the estate is being sued soon after their death. Whether you are currently facing a claim of fraudulent transfer or you are simply taking action to prevent one, we can help.
At the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay, our attorneys handle a wide range of probate litigation matters, including fraudulent transfers. A financial transaction or gift may be considered fraudulent when a person transfers assets to another as a result of undue influence or lack of competence. A transfer may also be considered fraudulent if it is made to avoid creditor action when assets are at risk. This may include transferring bank accounts, real estate, or other types of financial assets, especially toward the end of one’s life.
If you are a fiduciary of an estate or the heir or beneficiary, our Connecticut fraudulent transfer lawyers can help. Reach out today at (203) 380-1743 to consult with a knowledgeable legal professional.
A few steps that you can take to prevent a fraudulent conveyance claim include:
If you are an executor of your loved one’s will, the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay can help. Our New Haven and Fairfield and New Haven County fraudulent transfer lawyers have over 100 years of combined experience, including representing clients in probate litigation.
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For experienced, dedicated legal guidance in probate law, contact us at (203) 380-1743. We offer free initial consultations for prospective clients. Evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience.
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