Q: how do i get a copy of a settlement agreement for a case form 1987 in second court in connecticut. my brother just died
My brother died in Dec who has a settlement agreement with AIG and large sums due in 2020 and 2025. I dont know how the agreement was written up. I am the administrator for the estate.
A: As an administrator, you will have to go on a fact-finding mission to get the information you need. Sometimes the decedent will keep important records such as a settlement agreement in a file somewhere. I would recommend conducting a thorough search of his house to see if you can locate it. If you are unable to locate it, you should then contact the clerk of the court in Connecticut to request the settlement agreement if it was filed. If they are unable to find it or if it has been destroyed due to its age, you should write a letter to AIG and enclose a copy of your Letters of Administration along with your brother's death certificate. In the letter, you should request a copy of the settlement. Make sure to be as detailed as possible and include all of your contact information in the letter. Send the letter certified mail with return receipt, so you are aware of when someone at AIG received the letter. Follow up with AIG after one week of AIG's receipt of the letter. Good luck!
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