Manchester, CT asked in Civil Litigation and Probate for Connecticut

Q: I'm the only child&next to kin.My dad is a deceased veteran who had mental illness. Conservator took advantage of him

Conservator fabricated paperwork and made it seem like I didn't exist and had a invalid will made for her own financial gain. He had $189,000.00 at time of death, all Bill's were paid and the state is in possession of $92,000.00 left. I've wrote letters to the courts but can't seem to get anywhere. I need a lawyer but, have no upfront money. I would also like to pursue a civil suit against the conservator for her wrong doings. I need help

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Nicole M. Camporeale
Nicole M. Camporeale
Answered
  • Probate Lawyer
  • North Haven, CT
  • Licensed in Connecticut

A: If you have no money to pay an attorney up front, you might want to see if you can find an attorney that believes the case will be successful and may take your case on a contingency basis. If an attorney does not think any money will be recovered, they may not take the case, or may require up front money. If you need legal help for free, your next option is to contact legal services in your area to see if they can assist.

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