Once you take the time to establish your wishes for your estate in your will, it is easy to let the first draft be the last draft. Unfortunately, if you don't update your will when you experience life events that impact it, your loved ones may face a difficult time honoring your wishes when the time comes.
Writing a will is just one of several factors of coordinating a complete estate plan. For many people in Connecticut, it is also one of the most important. This critical document allows people to make designations for the responsibility of dependents, as well as provide clarifications for important desires they may have when they pass away.
Even though you were a convicted criminal at one point in Connecticut and have served time behind bars, you are coming to a close with your required jail time and are preparing to reenter society as a free person. However, you are concerned about how your criminal past may affect your ability to secure a stable job. Fortunately, with your dedication to maintaining your integrity and taking responsibility for your actions, you still have a definite chance of getting the outcome you hope for.
Any charge could end up leaving you with long-term consequences, should you receive a guilty verdict. At Beebe and O'Neil, we advise our clients to take any criminal allegations in Connecticut very seriously.
For some, the decision to divorce is easy and there are no doubts when it comes to moving forward with a petition. For others, there may be a lot of uncertainty regarding divorce, and some people may be hesitant to approach the divorce process. There are multiple reasons why some people may be hesitant to file for divorce, whether they are afraid of how their spouse will react or what their friends and family members will say. Moreover, some may be too stressed out to approach the divorce process or they may think they do not have enough time to undertake a divorce at this time.