Estate Administration, Probate and Business Assets
An estate that contains a business or professional practice can be especially complex to probate. If you are facing an issue involving business interests in probate, it is important to have an experienced attorney protecting your interests. At the law office of John M. Gasidlo, Esq., we have extensive experience handling complex probate and estate administration issues for people throughout Connecticut. We will handle your business and probate issues with the utmost care and attention to detail.
Contact us online or by telephone at 866-761-1956 to speak with an experienced Westport probate lawyer.
Connecticut Probate Attorney
The death of a business owner presents surviving family members, business partners and other parties with several questions:
- How will the business assets be distributed?
- Who will operate the business?
- Who will be responsible for outstanding loans?
If the business was a sole proprietorship, the situation may be urgent, as suddenly the person who handled business operations is no longer able to do so.
If the business was a partnership, the surviving partners may be unclear about their own rights and obligations.
No matter what type of business is involved, it is important to have an experienced probate attorney guide you through the legal terrain of probate and estate administration. Our firm has helped numerous individuals and families cope with the complex legal issues that arise with the death of a business owner.
If you need legal guidance concerning business interests in probate, we are here for you. Contact us online or by telephone at 866-761-1956 to speak with an experienced Westport probate attorney.