Big Changes to Connecticut Trust Law: The Uniform Trust Code (Virtual)

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Lecture/Workshop

Age Group:

Adult
Registration for this event will close on November 17, 2021 @ 6:30pm.
There are 112 seats remaining.

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THIS PROGRAM IS A VIRTUAL-ONLY EVENT. REGISTER BELOW BY LEAVING YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS TO RECEIVE LOGIN AND CALL-IN INSTRUCTIONS (SENT TO YOU ONE DAY BEFORE THE PROGRAM). 

Trust laws in Connecticut saw massive changes in 2020. You may have heard about these changes and may be wondering how these changes affect you. If you don’t have a trust, maybe now is the right time to create one.

Join West Hartford resident, Attorney Colleen Masse, who will give an easy-to-understand overview of the new Uniform Trust Code. You’ll learn how the changes may or may not affect your existing trust and estate plans. Colleen will also give a general overview of trusts in Connecticut for those who may be thinking about creating a trust. You’ll walk away understanding if a trust is something you actually need.

Colleen Masse is Czepiga Daly Pope & Perri’s Special Needs Planning Department Chair. She also chairs the firm’s Fiduciary Services Department. Her practice focuses on planning for both elders and persons with special needs of all ages. For seniors, Colleen crafts plans to preserve wealth, protect well-being and maximize public benefits. For her clients with disabilities, Colleen helps them use Special Needs Trusts to maintain and improve quality of life and protect money to afford the care they need for the long run. Colleen is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association Elder Law Section, the vice president of the North Central Area Agency on Aging, Board Member, Community Health Resources (CHR), and a board member of the CT National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.


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