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Protect Yourself from the Coronavirus

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Cona Elder Law is at the forefront of the latest news on COVID-19, also know as the Coronavirus. Click here to listen to partner Melissa Negrin-Wiener discuss Coronavirus and the older population on LI in the AM with Jay Oliver. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending that older adults avoid face-to-face […]

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Irrevocable or Revocable: Which Trust Is Right For You?

All trusts are not the same and there are many different types used for a variety of purposes. Two common types of trusts in estate planning are revocable trusts and irrevocable trusts. Here’s an overview:Irrevocable TrustAn irrevocable trust is a trust set up for asset protection purposes. The trust can hold almost any type of asset, […]

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Estate Administration: Small Estate Threshold Raised in New York

Probate and administration proceedings in New York State are reasonably straight forward and efficient, relative to other states, and New York law also allows for a simplified proceeding called voluntary administration for small estates with a value below a certain threshold.  Recently, the threshold was expanded from estates valued at less than $30,000 to include all estates under $50,000.   Voluntary administration […]

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Couples Married 50+ Years Tell All for Long Lasting Love

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Cona Elder Law Hosts 27 Couples who have been Married for 50+ Years for a Valentine’s Dinner “This was a great night to look forward to and such a wonderful event to look back on,” said Ivelisse Beja of Hicksville.  Zachary and Ivelisse Beja, who have been married for 66 years, were guests at Cona Elder […]

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