About Steven BascheEstate planning is not just for millionaires. You may not think you have an âestateâ let alone any need for a plan, but if you have children, if you have things of value, if you own a home, you need an estate plan. An estate plan ensures that you decide who gets your hard earned assets, whatever their size or value-- not the government. Without an estate plan, your wealth â your estate â will pass according to the state intestacy statute. Donât you want to decide to whom and when your assets should be distributed and not a probate court?
Estate is planning how you direct to whom your property will be distributed and who will care for your minor children. Estate planning helps reduce tax liabilities, court costs, and attorneys' fees, and can minimize disputes after your death the loss of family members. We can also design your estate plan to deal with your possible future mental or physical incapacity, either through a trust or a durable power of attorney.
In addition, we can guide you through many situations that come up in everyday life that have a legal angle. Whether you are buying or selling a home, starting, buying or selling a business, switching jobs and need a severance or non-compete agreement reviewed, dealing with a minor criminal mater or have been injured in a car accident, you should have a lawyer you can turn to for advice. If we don't have the expertise to help you, we will find someone who does. The bottom line is that we want to be your lawyer. You have a family doctor (now they call them primary care physicians); you should have a family lawyer.
If you want the benefit of a lawyer with a combination of 27 years of far reaching experience, offering values-based, parent-centered estate planning, and a passion for helping clients, call or email Steve today.
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Of Counsel, Sabia, Taiman|
|Partner, Jacobs, Walker, Rice & Basche, LLC|
|Associate, Cohn & Birnbaum|
|Associate, Schatz & Schatz, Ribicoff & Kotkin|
|University of Connecticut School of Law - University of Connecticut||J.D|
|, CT Bar association|
|Member, Connecticut Bar Association|
|Law Offices of Steven Basche|
Glastonbury Estate Planning Lawyer Steven Basche
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