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Do You Need Life Insurance?

Not everyone needs life insurance. Find out whether or not you do. Life insurance has long been a part of estate planning in the United States. Although life insurance does not need to be a part of every person’s estate plan, it can be useful, especially for parents of young children and those who support a […]

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Disinheriting Family Members

Your closest relatives may have a right to claim part of your estate. Only very close relatives — surviving spouses and sometimes children or grandchildren — have the right to claim an inheritance from a deceased relative. Here’s how it works:A Spouse’s Right to InheritIn most circumstances, a surviving spouse cannot be completely cut out of […]

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Cona Elder Law Caregiver Resource Center OPEN HOUSE

Please Join Us for theRibbon Cutting & Openingof theSusan C. SnoweCaregiver Resource Center  Cona Elder Law, Elder Law Counselors, are pleased to invite you to the ribbon cutting and opening of the Susan C. Snowe Caregiver Resource Center in Melville – Long Island’s first resource center for seniors, families and caregivers.  Located in Cona Elder Law’s new […]

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Cona Elder Law Opens Long Island’s First Caregiver Resource Center

​June 2012Cona Elder Law, elder law and estate planning law firm, provides numerous community service programs to seniors and their families and help those in need through their nonprofit organization Cona Elder Law Charitable Events. On Thursday, June 14th from 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM, Cona Elder Law and Jennifer B. Cona, Esq., managing partner, inaugurated […]

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Cona Elder Law Celebrates Armed Forces Day at Local Nursing Home

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**  You’re Invited **   Please Join  Cona Elder LawElder Law Counselorsfor the IntergenerationalArmed Forces Day Celebration_______________________   Cona Elder Law will honor 22 Veterans who reside at Huntington Hills Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, as well as community Veteran and special honoree, Phil Stanziola, for their exemplary service on behalf of our country.     Join us for […]

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Cona Elder Law Teams Up With Elementary School Students to Bring Mother’s Day to Local Nursing Home

On Friday, May 6th, attorneys and staff of Cona Elder Law, elder law and estate planning firm in Melville, and children from the West Side School in Cold Spring Harbor honored Mother’s Day with a visit to the female residents of Woodbury Center for Health Care. Cona Elder Law received carnation corsages donated by Martelli’s Florist & […]

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Amityville 6th Grade Student Wins Essay Contest for Armed Forces Day Sponsored by Cona Elder Law

Susannah Karp, 12, Amityville resident, was recently honored with a certificate and $50 Visa gift card from Cona Elder Law, an elder law firm in Melville, for her winning essay on “What America Means to Me”.   Cona Elder Law held an essay contest for students on Long Island to recognize Armed Forces Day. Susannah read her […]

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Cona Elder Law Co-Hosts Social Worker Appreciation Cruise

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​** Attention Social Workers ** Please join us for a dinner cruise around Manhattan! In appreciation of Social Worker’s Month, you are cordially invited to join Cona Elder Law, The Bristal Assisted Living and Caring People for a dinner cruise around Gracie Mansion & the Triboro Bridge Manhattan. Join us for a buffet dinner, open bar, music & […]

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Cona Elder Law Legal Alert – NY Passes Budget Bill: Good for Seniors

​New York State Passes Budget Bill:Good News for Seniors Governor Andrew Cuomo, again this year, was successful in getting the state budget bill passed on time by the April 1st deadline.  The budget contains good news for seniors:  the expanded estate recovery law has been repealed. Last April, the New York State Legislature passed a law which […]

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Cona Elder Law Legal Alert – New York Partnership for Long Term Care

** Legal Alert **New York State JoinsNational Reciprocity Compactfor Partnership Long-Term Care Policies New York State has long had its own long-term care insurance program called the New York State Partnership for Long-Term Care.  This is a special long-term care insurance program designed to share the cost of long term care between the recipient and the […]

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