Find out how adult children can talk to their families to learn their parents’ financial plans, estate planning, and healthcare choices before you need them.
Our geriatric care manager and elder law attorneys can help you with a senior who stays at home but needs home care assistance, transportation, and a care plan.
New state and federal estate tax laws affect your retirement plans and family inheritance. Our Connecticut estate planning attorneys help minimize the effect.
The Northeast Law Center’s Geriatric Advocacy Team pairs geriatric care management with elder law attorneys to solve common problems for the elder in your family.
Find out what happens if you die without a will in Connecticut, who inherits your assets and pays your debts. Getting a will or estate plan in place now can help you later to avoid trouble and control who gets what upon your death. Our probate and estate planning lawyers can show you how to accomplish your personal goals.
Changes to federal and Connecticut estate tax law could significantly affect your plans and leave your loved ones with less inheritance than you expected. However, strategic use of trusts and other estate planning strategies could help you protect your assets, and your family’s estate.
Being prepared for a long-term illness, disability, or reduced physical ability is crucial to making your final years comfortable and dignified. Many seniors find themselves with a plan for how they want to be treated in their final years, but no plan for how to pay for it.
Asset Protection is the process of planning for and protecting your valuable assets and life savings. As soon as someone buys his or her first home, has a baby, receives an inheritance, or has another major life event, she or he should protect those assets.
Get an experienced business lawyer to help if you plan on retiring from the family business who can help you with ownership transition, so your family business thrives in the future even when you won’t be there.