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Jennifer Cona Named on Long Island Business News’ 2023 Who’s Who: Women in Professional Services

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Cona Elder Law Founder & Managing Partner Jennifer Cona has been named on Long Island Business News’ 2023 Who’s Who: Women in Professional Services. Jennifer B. Cona is the founder […]

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Victim of Senior “Catfish” Scam Lost Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars But Not His Home

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Seniors are being victimized in increasing numbers by scams perpetrated against them. The manner in which these crimes occur are varied but one thing is always the same: they target […]

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Medicaid Penalties to be Aware of in New York

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To qualify for Medicaid benefits in New York, you’ll be required to endure a long and complex process. Much will depend on whether you, your spouse, or another loved one […]

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How to Become a Legal Guardian in New York

Caring for a loved one as they get older can be difficult. When that loved one needs help with paying bills and other tasks, a legal guardian may be the […]

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Do You Need An Elder Law Attorney?

By Jennifer Cona, Esq. Originally published in the July issue of Long Island Press, Power of Your Attorney. Are you concerned with your future health care needs and your financial […]

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The Rising Impact of Internet Defamation on Skilled Nursing Facilities

In recent years, skilled nursing facilities, like many other businesses, have all too often faced scathing online criticism in the form of negative reviews and postings on social media outlets. […]

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Medicaid Alert: Medicaid Renewal / Recertification Required as of July 1, 2023

If you or your loved one receives Medicaid nursing home or home care benefits, they are now required to file a Medicaid recertification application each year in order to maintain […]

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What is Asset Protection Planning?

People talk about “asset protection planning”. But what is it? And who should be doing it? Asset protection planning focuses on protecting your money from the high costs of long-term […]

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Protecting Assets in a Crisis With Promissory Note Planning

Federal laws passed in 2005 severely restricted Medicaid asset protection planning. The law was aimed at eliminating the transfer of asset strategies at the so-called “crisis” phase, that is, last-minute […]

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Children with Special Needs: Decision Making Options as Your Child Nears Age 18

Privacy laws were enacted so that when a child turns 18, his or her parents are no longer able to make medical or financial decisions for them because that child […]

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