Since my admission to practice in 1990, I have dedicated my professional practice to... more
Since my admission to practice in 1990, I have dedicated my professional practice to ensuring that my clients receive personalized attenion and superior service. I learned from my father who founded in the firm in 1962 that there is nothing more important than a satisfied client who receives everything they have asked for...and more.
Member of the Board of Trustees of the Brooklyn Bar Association Recipient of the... more
Member of the Board of Trustees of the Brooklyn Bar Association Recipient of the Distinguished Service Award of the Brooklyn Bar Association, 2011 Guardian Ad Litem, Civil Court of the City of New York Housing Part
I focus my legal practice on the areas of Estate Planning (including tax planning... more
I focus my legal practice on the areas of Estate Planning (including tax planning for US Citizens and Foreign Nationals), Probate and Estate Administration, and Elder Law (which encompasses Guardianship, Community and Nursing Home Medicaid Planning and Eligibility, and Special Needs Planning). The Elder Law component of my practice arose from a very personal experience, when a lonely elderl... view profile
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