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Join us on Tuesdays at 12 PM (EST) as our attorneys share valuable updates and information about laws pertaining to elder law, Medicaid planning, estate planning, guardianship, special needs planning, special education advocacy in New York State.

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Our popular series of Zoom conferences continues. Join us on Tuesdays at 12 PM (EST) as our attorneys share valuable updates and information about laws pertaining to elder law, Medicaid planning, estate planning, guardianship, special needs planning, special education advocacy in New York State. Click on the title of the conference to register.

  • October 27: “Planning with Revocable Trusts.” A revocable trust can be a valuable estate planning tool. Importantly, establishing this type of trust helps avoid probate. It can also be amended or revoked, and property can be transferred in or out of the trust at any time. A revocable trust provides a greater degree of flexibility, enabling you to manage the trust according to your family’s changing life circumstances. Join us as Brian L. Miller, Esq., discusses the advantages of using of a revocable trust in your estate planning.
  • November 10: “Mental Health and the Law.” Many people operate under the assumption that, in the event they are unable to care for themselves, a friend or family member will step up to manage their financial, legal, and medical affairs. New York State Mental Hygiene Law proscribes legal interventions which can be taken on behalf of an incapacitated person. These proceedings can be complex and challenging and can vary depending on the nature of the incapacity. There are many basic decisions that cannot be made until the family agrees upon, or the court identifies, a guardian for an incapacitated individual.  Join Laura Brancato, Esq., to discuss mental health issues and the law, specifically the types of incapacity that are addressed by Article 81 and Article 9.

Contact mbrill@littmankrooks.com with questions about these Zoom conferences.

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Disclaimer: These conferences are provided for educational purposes only and shall not constitute the provision of professional legal, tax or other advice. Littman Krooks LLP and its attorneys shall have no liability for errors, incorrect information, or inapplicability of information provided to any particular visitor/attendee.