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Massih Law, LLC

Almost everyone needs fundamental estate planning. The question is…what does that mean? The answer is simple.

Fundamental estate planning is the process of making sure your lifetime's hard-earned wealth (whatever the size):

  1. goes to who you want, when you want, and the way you want;
  2. is utilized for your benefit and those dependent on you when you are unable to take care of yourself; and
  3. remains in your control during your lifetime to the greatest extent legally possible based on your wants/needs.

The biggest misconception out there is that estate planning is only for the rich. Yet, how you care for your family has little to nothing to do with how much money you make.

Estate planning is for you, and it is all about you. If you want to ensure that your affairs are in order, feel free to contact us to set up a complementary consultation.


   John N. Massih | Attorney | |

John N. Massih received his law degree with Distinction from University of Nebraska Lincoln College of Law, and his Masters in Business Administration from Creighton University. He is an Estate Planning, Business and Asset Protection Attorney in Connecticut whose experiences in the Fortune 50, public finance and venture capital arenas have provided a unique perspective in his practice and an understanding of business transactions and tax matters from the position of a business owner. Attorney Massih lectures across Connecticut on Asset Protection, Business and Estate Planning Strategies. He is a Board Member of the Financial Planners Association of Fairfield County, CT, and a member of the American Bar Association, the Connecticut Bar Association and the Fairfield County Bar Association. He is also an active member of WealthCounsel. Attorney Massih is further recognized in his community by various civic contributions including his role as a member of the Trumbull Rotary Club, and in prior roles as a Board member of the White Ribbon Campaign associated with the Center for Woman and Families of Eastern Fairfield County, and a member of the Young Leaders Society of Coastal Fairfield County.

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