Do You Need to Create an Estate Plan or Form a Business?
In addition to representing landlords and other property owners, Miller Law Group LLC represents business owners and individuals who wish to create estate plans. We understand how important it is to create a legally sound estate plan that passes your assets to the next generation, including all real property you may own. We also know how important it is for a business to start on the right foot. With 29 years of experience, principal attorney Kent M. Miller has the legal acumen to navigate these fields while advancing in your best interests.
Plan Your Legacy
Every adult should have an estate plan. If you pass away intestate (without a will), your assets must pass through probate. There is no way to guarantee that the court will divide your estate as you would have wished.
Instead, work with Miller Law Group LLC to create a last will and testament, power of attorney, trusts, advance medical directives and other critical estate planning tools. If you are the executor or administrator of an estate or a trust, we can help you with estate administration and dispute resolution.
Plan Your Company
Some property owners want to protect their real estate purchases by forming a company to separate their property management work from their personal finances. Our firm handles every aspect of business formation and planning to help ensure that your company has a long and successful future. Working with a knowledgeable business attorney is critical to ensure regulatory compliance and to make wise decisions. From entity selection to incorporation to business transactions, we handle the legal details so that you can focus on day-to-day operations.
Contact Miller Law Group LLC Today
With the team at Miller Law Group LLC as your advocates, you can pass your assets to the next generation and/or establish a potentially lucrative business. To schedule an initial consultation with Mr. Miller, please contact our office in Trumbull at 203-380-2161. You can also complete our online contact form.