Fairfield Probate Attorney

Fulfilling The Wishes Of Your Deceased Loved One

Losing a loved one is never easy but it happens to all of us sooner or later. Many issues can come up, including what to do with personal possessions, as well as financial assets and real estate. If your family member had a will, probate and property distribution may be fairly straightforward. You may need the assistance of a probate lawyer in Fairfield County, Connecticut.

My name is Richard H. Saxl, and I have probated nearly 100 estates in my more than 35 years as an attorney. I have the knowledge and the experience to guide you through the process and help you and the rest of your family receive the property and assets your family member left for you. Probate does not always involve the will contests in probate courts. I can help you determine the best way to probate your loved one's estate.

I have dealt with many different issues regarding probate over the years, including:

Westport Will Contest Lawyer

If there is a disagreement between family members regarding a will, I can work with you to resolve it, or if necessary, represent you in court. I am an experienced litigator and understand the delicacy involved in these matters. I have seen the damage a contested will can cause a family. If it is possible to avoid this kind of hurt, I will do what I can to make peace.

I will sit down with you to discuss your loved one's affairs and determine what needs to be done. I will help you fill out the appropriate forms, answer your questions and ensure that the proper paperwork is filed in a timely manner. If there is conflict between you and a family member or a creditor and your loved one's estate, I will work to resolve it. I understand what you are going through at this time and will strive to probate your family member's estate as quickly and inexpensively as possible.

Contact Me, Richard H. Saxl, Attorney At Law, To Learn How I Can Help You

Call me at 203-222-8422 or contact me online to schedule an appointment. I will treat your matter with sensitivity, privacy and the utmost respect during this difficult time.