Attorney David Rubin
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Inheritance, Estates And Trusts

Property that was inherited or received as a gift may be awarded to the recipient or divided between the parties. The variation in results regarding these issues is extreme. You need Attorney Rubin to represent you aggressively in this area. Having the right lawyer on your side is crucial to ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive fair treatment under the law.

Since 1984, David Rubin has been helping people in Connecticut resolve complex property division cases with his highly regarded legal knowledge and proven toughness. He will work to understand the property involved and how it fits into your divorce, and he will build the strongest possible argument to support your position.

Understanding Your Property Division Rights

When identifying marital assets in a property division case, it is important to understand all of the property that can be included. This property can include:

  • Estates
  • Trusts
  • Inheritances
  • Bequests
  • Property rights
  • Real estate
  • Family gifts

In many cases, the principal amount of the inheritance or gift could be treated as individual or joint property. Likewise, appreciation in value beyond principal may be considered divisible between the spouses. With trusts, there may be times when the entire value, including principal, can be considered marital property, but the nature and specific terms of the trust must be carefully examined.

David Rubin will thoroughly investigate your case from every angle.

Complex Problems. Direct Solutions. Call Now.

Attorney David Rubin has successfully represented clients who sought to protect their inheritances as well as those who sought a fair share of inheritances received by the other spouse. You can rely on him to pursue every legal option available in order to obtain the most beneficial result possible. Call 203-428-4958 or email for a free consultation in his Stamford or New Haven offices.

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