I am an attorney with more than 34 years experience, concentrating on Bankruptcy Law,... more
I am an attorney with more than 34 years experience, concentrating on Bankruptcy Law, Debt Restrucuring and Workouts, and Commercial Litigation in Federal and State Courts, including foreclosure defense. I have a 5.0 "AV® Preeminent Peer Review Rating" (ranked, based on the confidential opinions of Judges and other attorneys, as having the highest level of professional excellence, particularly... view profile
Cheryl L. Fratello is the president and founder of Fratello Law, P.C. and practices... more
Cheryl L. Fratello is the president and founder of Fratello Law, P.C. and practices in the firms trusts estates, elder law and real estate departments. For years, Cheryl has assisted clients with their estate planning through the use of wills and trusts, and the administration of estates in Surrogates Court. She regularly works with clients seeking asset protection, Medicaid planning, and ... view profile
Why I Became a Lawyer When I was growing up, like other boys my age, I wanted to be... more
Why I Became a Lawyer When I was growing up, like other boys my age, I wanted to be a fireman, baseball player, farmer or an astronaut! When I got older, I watched my brother attend medical school and thought, "That's interesting!" When I saw his medical textbooks, it didn't look too interesting. In college I became active in several social action groups, working with senior citizens and beco... view profile
Deanna M. Ebleis an Associate with the law firm of Vincent J. Russo Associates, P.C.... more
Deanna M. Ebleis an Associate with the law firm of Vincent J. Russo Associates, P.C. of Westbury, Islandia, Lido Beach and Manhattan, New York. She earned her law degree at Hofstra University School of Law. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association and she is admitted to the New York Bar. Deannas areas of practice include: Elder Law, Estate Planning, Medicaid and Real Estate.
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