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Partner - Bryon W. Harmon

Bryon W. Harmon


Old Lyme: (860) 434-5333
Hartford: (860) 251-5106
Old Lyme Office, Hartford Office
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Bryon Harmon practices in the areas of estate planning, estate settlement and trust administration. He assists clients with the full range of planning techniques for tax-effective intergenerational and charitable transfers. He also prepares (and advises professional preparers, such as CPA's) probate documents, estate tax returns and fiduciary income tax returns and represents individuals and estates before the IRS and DRS on audit, and in U.S. Tax Court. In addition, Bryon administers trusts and advises trustees. As a CFP® professional, Bryon brings further financial planning insight to his legal work for high-net-worth individuals. Bryon services clients in the firm's Greenwich, Hartford, Lakeville, and Stamford offices, and serves as corporate trust counsel to a Connecticut bank and trust company.

Bryon presents nationally on estate planning and administration topics such as fiduciary investing, family business succession planning, and asset protection planning. He co-authored the ACTEC Law Journal article "The Prudence of Passivity: An Argument for Default Passive Management in Trust Investing."


Teaching Positions

  • Western New England University School of Law: Former Adjunct Professor, LL.M. Program in Estate Planning and Elder Law

Professional Affiliations

  • Connecticut Bar Association: Executive Committee, Estate and Probate Section (2001-present)
  • Estate and Business Planning Council of Hartford: Board of Directors (2010-2012)
  • American Bar Association: Real Property, Probate and Trust Section
  • New York Bar Association: Trusts and Estates Section
  • AmeriCares Professional Advisory Committee
  • Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP)
  • Connecticut Estate Planning Council
  • Hartford Tax Discussion Group (2002-2015)

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  • Western New England University School of Law, J.D., 1996
  • University of Connecticut, B.A., 1992

Bar Admissions

  • Connecticut
  • New York

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, District of CT
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of NY
  • U.S. Tax Court
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