Ensuring that your wishes are followed after you’re gone can spare your loved ones unnecessary hardship, legal headaches, and financial loss. A well-crafted last will and testament is one of the most frequently used tools for making sure your plans and intentions are clear and binding. Let the experienced will attorneys at the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay help give you peace of mind.

Working to Prevent Complicated Estate Issues in Fairfield and New Haven 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. At the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay, we have over 100 years of combined experience handling wills and other complex estate planning services. Our experienced Fairfield and New Haven County wills lawyers can answer your questions and provide you with the advice and guidance you may need.

Types of Wills & Their Importance

  • 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 and New Haven County wills lawyers to help with all of your estate planning needs.

What Are Our Case Outcomes?

At the Law Offices of Charles L. Kurmay, we always strive for the best verdicts, judgments, settlements, and outcomes for our clients, and we’ve succeeded in thousands of cases. Here are
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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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