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Triple Threat Many Face When Working on Planning for Their Future

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Joining us today to discuss what those threats are and how to leverage elder law solutions to solve them is Jennifer Cona founder and managing partner at Cona elder law.

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HOLY SMOKE! Recreational Marijuana Use in New York: What Does It Mean for Your Facility?

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New Yorkers are abuzz with the news that the state has legalized recreational adult use of marijuana effective September 2022. Under the Compassionate Care Act, skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) and assisted living facilities (ALFs) have supported the use of medical marijuana for residents with qualifying conditions since the Act was passed in 2014. With legalized […]

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Legislature simplifies the power of attorney process

Published in Long Island Business News by Julianne Mosher Back in December, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed new legislation, making significant changes to the power of attorney statute. The changes revised, and essentially simplified, the old form and replaced it with one that is easier to understand. But the changes also offer an opportunity for people […]

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Estate Taxes Coming Soon: Are You Ready?

The Biden Administration is preparing to make sweeping changes to our taxes in order to pay for infrastructure projects. The estate and gift tax laws are currently on the chopping block. Many families were not concerned with estate tax planning in recent years with the $11 Million exemption (even more when adjusted for inflation). However, current […]

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Estate Planning at Every Age: You’re Never Too Young or Too Old to Plan

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Published by Schneps Media on Longislandpress.com and Danspapers.com  Estate planning is important at every age. The type of planning required is different across the generations, such as during the earning and accumulating years, during the planning years in which a family is growing, and during the protecting years as a person approaches retirement and beyond. […]

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Jennifer Cona Honored as a Power 25 Lawyer

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Congratulations to Managing Partner Jennifer B. Cona for being selected by Long Island Business News as a “Power 25” lawyer, among the region’s most prestigious attorneys, and top legal minds in the field. Cona Safeguards the Aging and Their Families with Elder Care Practice Cona Elder Law Founder and Managing Partner Jennifer B. Cona empowers […]

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Town of North Hempstead’s Project Independence and You Interview with Jennifer Cona

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Interview with Jennifer Cona, chair of the Board of Trustees for the Long Island Alzheimer’s and Dementia Center by the Town of North Hempstead Project Independence. An aging-in-place initiative proving support and services designed to assist our older town residents who wish to remain in their homes as they age. This presentation was originally broadcast […]

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COVID-19 Vaccine Assistance Hotline

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Call: 631.390.5000Time: Monday – Friday, 8:00AM – 4:00PMWhen: The month of March If you are having difficulty scheduling an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine, let us help you. If you are 60 or older, call Cona Elder Law throughout the month of March and ask for one of our vaccine appointment assistants.* We will schedule […]

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Plan for Your Child with Special Needs

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Schneps Media hosted Cona Elder Law for a Planning for Your Child With Special Needs webinar.

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Special Needs Planning: Back to Basics

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Published by the New York State Bar Association in the Elder Law and Special Needs Section Many of us are seeing an increased need for Special Needs Planning in our practices. But not all Elder Law attorneys are well-versed in this area of the law. It’s often good to get back to basics. Understanding the […]

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