Our founding partners, Mitchell C. Littman and Bernard A. Krooks, are leaders in their fields. Because Littman Krooks provides a powerful knowledge base to clients and the community, our partners and attorneys are asked to appear in local and national media. We offer these videos as an educational resource. Please browse our video collection to learn more about our attorneys and services.
Bernard A. Krooks produces a series of shows addressing elder care, special needs planning, guardianship, asset protection, estate, financial, medical, social and other topics of interest facing our elder population and persons with special needs. Mitchell C. Littman has a prominent presence in the private secondary market and the growing technology and social space. He is often featured in publications such as The DealFlow Report and has been heard on NPR’s Marketplace program.
Mind Your Business with Yitzchok Saflas: Elder Law & Planning featuring Bernard A. Krooks
77WABCRadio.com | Mind Your Business with Yitzchok Saflas featuring Bernard A. Krooks, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP
Living Better with Laura Smith featuring Bernard A. Krooks
Bernard A. Krooks, Esq., will discuss the importance of proper estate planning for seniors, individuals with special needs and their families on Living Better on the Go with Laura Smith. The interview will air on 770 WABC-AM and WABCRadio.com
Our Elder Law & Estate Planning and Special Needs Planning & Special Education Advocacy attorneys present and participate in webinars to inform the public and our clients about important developments in the areas of elder care, special needs planning, guardianship, asset protection, estate and financial planning.
Estate planning is not just for the wealthy. In fact, most people can benefit by having an estate plan. Proper estate planning can maximize the actual value of the assets that you will pass on to heirs and beneficiaries. It also provides the opportunity to make informed decisions concerning how assets and health care decisions should be handled during one’s lifetime.
Presented by Bernard A. Krooks, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP, and Scott Solkoff, Esq., Solkoff Legal
Living in two different states can present certain complications in elder law and estate planning. Your living will, trusts and health care power of attorney must be valid in both states along with other documents that may be needed to transfer property.
YouTube | January 25, 2017 | Amy C. O’Hara, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP discusses how ABLE accounts can create a pathway for a better economic future for individuals with disabilities and how ABLE accounts can be set up for maintaining health , independence and quality of life, while protecting eligibility for Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income, and other important federal benefits for people with disabilities. Learn the latest rules and how these accounts can be established.