Probate Law

When a loved one dies, the probate process can feel intimidating. While you are grieving and coping with your loss, our firm can handle all of the necessary paperwork to administer your loved one's will. If your loved one dies without a will, Stratford Probate Attorney Tim Pletter can handle the administration of their intestate estate.

Attorney Pletter always offers free consultations which allow him to guide clients through the probate process including the appointment of an executor, filing of an inventory, selling real estate if necessary, dealing with your loved one's debts, filing Connecticut estate returns and disbursing inheritances to beneficiaries.

Tim Pletter has represented clients in probate matters for over 20 years. Attorney Pletter has handled matters in the Stratford Probate court as well as the Bridgeport, Trumbull, Fairfield, Shelton, and Milford Probate Courts. Attorney Pletter has been serving the legal needs of Connecticut residents since 1995. He serves the greater Bridgeport area, the Valley as well as Milford and the greater New Haven area. Attorney Pletter is proud that his clients come from a diverse background including Spanish-speaking clients. Attorney Daisy Garces works of counsel to Attorney Pletter from her Milford, Connecticut office and from Attorney Pletter's office at 3288 Main Street, Suite 201, Stratford, CT 06614.

Attorney Garces served as Probate Court attorney for the Bridgeport Probate Court from 2004-2008. In 2008 she began her private practice with a concentration in areas of probate estate and trust administration and litigation. She has worked Of Counsel with Attorney Pletter since 2015. Attorney Garces has considerable experience in handling these delicate and often complex matters for a diverse group of clients. She provides the personal attention necessary to assist families in the navigation of the probate process from start to finish.

If you need legal help with a probate estate contact experienced probate attorney Tim Pletter to guide you through the Connecticut probate process.