Millennials Making Wills Amid COVID Highlights Risks of Inaction

The 2021 Wills and Estate Planning Study documented a trend familiar to Trust & Estate attorneys: Younger adults are embracing the wisdom of making a will and engaging in estate planning amid fears and uncertainty created by COVID-19. The study revealed that younger adults are 63 percent more likely to have a will than […]


Cramer & Anderson Reinstitutes Mask Policy for Office Visitors

Masks are back in Connecticut and Cramer & Anderson LLP is requiring all visitors to our six regional offices to wear masks, including those who are vaccinated. “Our attorneys and staff are vaccinated, and like everyone else we had welcomed the CDC’s earlier guidance that those who are vaccinated no longer needed to wear masks,


A Top Resource for Latest on COVID-Related Orders in CT

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont has issued and updated enough Executive Orders (EOs) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that individuals may find it difficult to easily access information affecting businesses, changes in government services and requirements, and issues with legal implications. For example, on Feb. 5, the Governor re-tweeted posts from Connecticut Senate Democrats announcing


COVID-19 Relief for Connecticut Renters, Landlords

UPDATE: In a Sept. 30 executive order, Governor Lamont extended the eviction moratorium to Jan. 1, 2021, as well as extending other provisions affecting landlords and tenants in previous executive orders. ORIGINAL POST: Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced plans Aug. 20 to extend the state’s ban on evictions for six more weeks as a way of protecting

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