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Skilled Estate Planning in Torrington

Since 1984, attorney Debra A. Brown has been a solo practitioner serving Litchfield County. In order to offer you quality customer service, we strive to provide you with personal attention and effective communication. We offer each of our clients professional guidance on an array of legal topics, including the purchase, sale, and refinancing of real estate, wills, trusts, and probates as well as estate planning. Our mission is to provide you with the personal attention you deserve whether you're interested in Medicaid planning, purchasing, selling, or refinancing real estate, preparing a Power of Attorney document, or pursuing an elder care lawsuit.

Real Estate

As an experienced real estate attorney, Debra A. Brown represents sellers and purchasers throughout the phases of purchasing, selling, and refinancing both commercial and residential real estate property. From finding the piece of real estate right for you to title work, survey and environmental review, the examination of all financial documents, and finally, the closing of the purchase of sale. Overall, we are here to assist in the purchase, sale, or refinancing of your property. Schedule a consultation to learn how we may help with any of your real estate questions or concerns. 
Estate Planning in Torrington

Estate Planning

For over 20 years, Debra A. Brown has provided Litchfield County with personalized, quality services in estate planning. Whether you're interested in learning more about the transfer and preservation of wealth, or curious about how business succession works, we're here to help. Our team of skilled professionals is available to assist in estate or trust administration, litigation, and charitable planning. Planning for your family's financial future requires the guidance of a professional as well as the meticulous review of legal documents, our qualified attorney can lead you through this important process. 

Wills, Trusts, & Probate

Everyone can benefit from planning for a last will and testament or trust with the guidance of a professional. Debra A. Brown will provide a one-on-one consultation in order to create an estate plan that explains how your assets should be distributed after your death. A will names an executor as well as potential guardians for children and property, decides exactly how taxes and debts will be paid, and serves as a backup for a living trust. In order to ensure that your spouse or children are taken care of, your will and probate will help estate executors through the process of distributing your final wishes. 
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