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Cona Elder Law Addresses Long Island Veterans and Their Families About Eligibility for Special Veterans Benefits

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91 Year Old WWII Veteran Honored for His Service Community members and residents at The Bristal Assisted Living in Westbury, LI held up photographs of their husbands who served our country during the Veterans event on November 9th developed by Cona Elder Law, elder law and estate planning firm based in Melville.  In recognition of Veterans Day, […]

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Cona Elder Law Offers Veterans Free Help to Access VA Benefits Through March

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A majority of veterans don’t realize they may be eligible for pension benefits from the Veterans Administration.  Considered the government’s best kept secret, there are several pension programs that are available for those who served in the military for at least one day during war time or had a spouse who served at that time.  “The […]

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Cona Elder Law Earns Accreditation From Department of Veterans Affairs

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Law Firm Now Able To Help Veterans Obtain Aid & Attendance Benefits Two attorneys from Cona Elder Law, a Melville, LI based elder law and estate planning firm, have recently passed the stringent requirements to become accredited by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.  Jennifer Cona, Esq., managing partner, and Melissa Negrin Wiener Esq., senior associate, can […]

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Cona Elder Law Attorneys Earn Accreditation From Department of Veterans Affairs

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February 2009 Law Firm Now Able To Help Veterans Obtain Aid & Attendant Benefits Two attorneys from Cona Elder Law (Cona Elder Law), a Melville, LI based elder law and estate planning firm, have recently passed the stringent requirements to become accredited by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. Jennifer Cona, Esq., managing partner and Melissa Negrin Wiener […]

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Cona Elder Law Offers Veterans FREE Help to Access VA Benefits

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A majority of veterans don’t realize they may be eligible for pension benefits from the Veterans Administration. Considered the government’s best kept secret, there are several pension programs that are available for those who served in the military for at least one day during war time or had a spouse who served at that time. “The […]

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