Estate Tax Questions?
In Connecticut, depending on the size of the estate, you may or may not owe estate tax. Because estate tax rules can get a little confusing and seem to change yearly, you may save you money in the long run by consulting with an attorney on these questions.
My name is Richard H. Saxl, and I have helped hundreds of families with their estate planning and probate needs. Estate tax is one of the issues that you may face if you are probating a will or an estate. I understand the Connecticut tax code as it relates to estates. I can help you determine what your loved one’s estate needs to pay the government and how to deal with it.
Fairfield Estate Taxes
There are many ways an estate can be affected, positively or negatively, by state and federal tax laws. As your lawyer, I work closely with you to find the most effective solution to your probate issues and to preserve as much of your loved one’s wealth as possible for you and your family. Depending on how your family member’s estate plan was set up, and the size of your loved one’s estate, different rules may apply.
I will make recommendations on what I believe will be best for you and your family. If needed, I will work with the appraisers retained to value your loved one’s estate and ensure that all of the appropriate financial accounting and tax documents are prepared and filed as I help you close your loved one’s estate.