Download the Connecticut last will and testament in order to document who you want to receive your real and personal probatable property upon your death. In addition to choosing your beneficiaries to receive your property, you also choose a trusted friend or relative to be your executor or personal representative. Your personal representative will be tasked with carrying out the provisions of your will in accordance with the probate law of Connecticut.
In Connecticut, A will or codicil shall not be valid to pass any property unless it is in writing, subscribed by the testator and attested by two witnesses, each of them subscribing in the testator’s presence; but any will executed according to the laws of the state or country where it was executed may be admitted to probate in this state and shall be effectual to pass any property of the testator situated in this state. C.G.S.A. § 45a-251