Wills & Probate



The sensitive matter of our demise may not be something that we wish to think about. However, it is important that we consider our wishes now for the benefit of our family and friends. Who will care for children, pets, home and other assets are just a few important   considerations to discuss with an experienced attorney. State law has an idea about the answers to these questions but we believe that you should have a say!


Our staff is equipped to handle a wide range of probate matters including those relating to children, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.

Attorney Dumont has been certified by the State of Connecticut to serve as a Guardian Ad Litem and Attorney for the Minor Child making her qualified to work with some of the most contentious situations.

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Contact our office today, so we can provide you with our stellar services.


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