Rebecca Iannantuoni represents fiduciaries, handles estate administration and advises high net worth individuals and families regarding all aspects of estate planning with a particular focus on elder law and planning for persons with special needs. She also has extensive experience assisting clients with Title XIX Medicaid planning.
In addition to her practice, Rebecca has lectured on special needs planning to various organizations and provides public service announcements on behalf of the Department of Children and Families to advocate for the foster and adoption of special needs children.
Rebecca resides in New Haven County with her husband and their four children (and two dogs and two cats). She enjoys the balance of having four great kids and a challenging career at Day Pitney.
Chosen for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.), Litigation – Trusts and Estates, 2023-2024, Trusts and Estates, 2023-2024
Certificate of Appreciation from the Greenwich Probate Court for outstanding pro bono service, 2007 – 2011
Certificate of Appreciation from the Department of Children and Families for valuable contributions assisting with achieving permanency for children, 2010
Connecticut General Assembly, Official Citation in recognition of creating and establishing the Waterbury Regional Children’s Probate Court, October 2008
Recipient of Coleman Award for outstanding pro bono work from Day Pitney, 2019
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Fellowship Place, Board of Directors
Sportsometry, Board of Directors
Lawyers For Children America, Inc., Pro bono legal representation to children
Connecticut Veteran’s Legal Center, Pro bono estate planning