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Our Commitment To You

To provide personal attention, cost-effective, creative, prompt and strategic solutions for your estate
planning and elder law needs.

About Us

When I was 15, my father died of a heart attack. We lived in Brooklyn. My father had always taken care of the family finances, handing my mother cash each week to run the household. My mother was a very capable New York City school teacher, but having no experience budgeting, writing checks, reading business letters and financial statements together with the combination of losing her beloved Ed and having one child away at college and the other (me) at home, left her paralyzed with grief and fear.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
  • National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
  • Accredited by the Veterans Administration
  • New York State Bar Association – Member of Elder Law and Trust & Estate Sections
  • New York County Lawyers Association
  • New York City Bar Association

ORGANIZATIONS
  • BerkeleyCarroll School – member of Alumni Advisory Board
  • Barnard Business and Professional Women of the Columbia Alumni Association
AWARDS
  • Selected as Super Lawyer in Elder Law 2010 – 2017
  • Voted one of the Best Lawyers in America by Consumer’s Guide
  • Article on “Planning Ideas to Manage the Maze of Medicaid Eligibility,” featured in the February 2013 issue of “Estate Planning.”

WHAT WE DO FOR OUR CLIENTS

OUR SERVICES

Guardianships / Conservatorships

When a disabled child reaches 18 in NY, his parents can no longer make decisions for him. A Guardian and Conservator (GC) (who can be the parents) must be appointed to make decisions regarding the child’s welfare; to apply for benefits or to keep them in force, or to manage their money.

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Elder Law & Special Needs

When a disabled child reaches 18 in NY, his parents can no longer make decisions for him. A Guardian and Conservator (GC) (who can be the parents) must be appointed to make decisions regarding the child’s welfare; to apply for benefits or to keep them in force, or to manage their money.

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Estate Planning

ESTATE PLANNING & ASSET PROTECTION require the combination of different areas of law: federal and state taxes, property law, estate planning, business entities, Medicaid, Social Security, and retirement benefits to mention a few.

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Probate & Settlement of the Estate

If someone dies with or without a Will and owns property in his own name with no designated beneficiary, the person named in the Will as the personal representative or executor, or the administrator (if there is no Will) must file with the Surrogate’s Court in NY to transfer the property to the proper person.

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About us

When I was 15, my father died of a heart attack. We lived in Brooklyn. My father had always taken care of the family finances, handing my mother cash each week to run the household.

Contact Us

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