Make an Appointment with an Attorney

Schedule an appointment

(914) 684-2100 White Plains

(212) 490-2020 NYC

Lunch with Littman Krooks

  • Home
  • >
  • Lunch with Littman Krooks

Lunch with Littman Krooks

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 and special education advocacy in New York State.

Multi-generation family portrait on a bridge in a forest

 

Insurance and Estate Planning | (Watch the replay)

Laura Brancato, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP, and her guest, Evan Ross, Financial Representative and Insurance Specialist, The Ross Company for a discussion on the importance of insurance in an estate plan. They will discuss long-term care insurance, specifically what it covers, the reasons to purchase it, ways to fund it and the options available. They will also discuss other types of insurance and the overall role that insurance plays in a quality estate plan.

Benefits of Working With a Financial Planner  | (Watch the replay)

Littman Krooks attorney Joel Krooks, Esq., and his co-hosts, Neal Siena, Financial Planning Specialist, and Jak Cukaj CFP®, ChFC®, APMA®, Quantum View Wealth Advisory Practice, discussed the benefits of comprehensive financial planning, including retirement, college education savings, tax and insurance planning and estate planning.

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

Visit our YouTube channel for replays of our conferences.
Disclaimer: Please note that Zoom is a third party and not an agent of or associated with Littman Krooks LLP. You agree that your use of such third party websites and resources is subject to the terms and conditions of the use of such websites.
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.