Any time a Danbury resident has an important goal to accomplish, it helps to put in place a strategy to achieve that goal. Yet, not every person should use the same strategy, as different individuals have different circumstances that may make one strategy better than another. A good example of this is with estate planning, where different strategies may work for different persons.
For instance, one goal many individuals have is to avoid probate, and there may be many different ways of accomplishing that goal. Some may choose to use trusts or other non-probate transfers, while others may decide to use joint accounts. Even within these options, however, there can be significant differences.