Create a living trust in Connecticut

A living trust can help you avoid the cost and time of probate, and offers more control over your estate than a last will. Find out how a living trust works in Connecticut.

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updated September 1, 2023 · 4min read


Brette Sember, J.D.

by Brette Sember, J.D.

Brette Sember, J.D., practiced law in New York, including divorce, mediation, family law, adoption, probate and estat...

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