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Wills October 3, 2016

Groton, New London
Wills, Groton, Connecticut

Is there a way to protect your heirs when you are no longer around to care for them.  At the very least you should have a will, a living will and a power of attorney.  It is  surprising how many people have not protected such an eventuality.  Remember, where there is a will, there is a way.  Feel free to contact attorney Mark O. Grater at 860-449-8059 to explore some options.

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