Topic: Estate Planning & Probate

Staff Spotlight: On the move & in the community

Mark Santagata November 15, 2017

See what our ATTORNEYS are up to: Mark P.Santagata, as former President of the Board of Directors of Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care of Southwestern... Read More

Judith Ellenthal to Present at Trusts 101 Seminar

Mark Santagata August 2, 2017 Trusts 101

Join an intensive full-day primer for legal and financial professionals on using trusts as a wealth preservation option On August 15, 2017, our Real... Read More

The top 5 times hiring an attorney can protect your future

Danielle Edwards June 28, 2017 legal advice

When is it time to hire an attorney…and when can you navigate a situation yourself? If you’re asking yourself this question, remember the old... Read More

Estate Planning Spotlight: Connecticut’s Amended Power of Attorney Law Offers New Benefits

Judith Ellenthal June 1, 2017 Estate Planning

By Judith Ellenthal, Esq. Drafting a strong Power of Attorney is an essential tool for trusts and estate planning. The purpose of a Power... Read More

Do you need a prenuptial agreement?

Judith Ellenthal May 30, 2017 do-you-need-a-prenuptial-agreement

By Michelle A. Malone, Esq. and Judith Ellenthal, Esq. If you answer yes to any of the following questions, then you should consider entering... Read More

What is a Prenuptial Agreement?

Michelle Malone May 19, 2017 Prenuptial Agreement

By Michelle A. Malone, Esq. and Judith Ellenthal, Esq. While not the most romantic aspect of a courtship, many couples contemplating marriage have a... Read More

Cacace, Tusch & Santagata Welcomes Associate Danielle J.B. Edwards to the Firm

Mark Santagata July 16, 2015

Cacace, Tusch & Santagata is proud to announce the addition of Attorney Danielle J.B. Edwards of Stamford as an associate of the firm.  Danielle... Read More

Choosing the Best Possible Trustee

Jane Freeman January 16, 2015

An important consideration for a person establishing a trust (known as the “settlor” or “grantor”) is who should be the trustee? Whether the trust... Read More

Joint Tenancy May Create Unintended Consequences

Jane Freeman January 16, 2015

Joint Tenancy With Right Of Survivorship A joint tenancy with right of survivorship is a form of shared ownership. When one owner dies, that... Read More

Nursing Home Admission Agreements

Jane Freeman January 16, 2015

Admitting your parent to a nursing home can be a stressful event.  Your parent may be reluctantly giving up residence in a long-time family... Read More

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