» Littman Krooks Named “2011 Family Friendly Employer” By Westchester Women’s Bar Association

Littman Krooks Named “2011 Family Friendly Employer” By Westchester Women’s Bar Association

White Plains, NY (Law Firm Newswire) May 17, 2011 - Littman Krooks LLP has been named as the recipient of “2011 Family Friendly Employer” Award by the Lawyering and Parenting Committee of the Westchester Women’s Bar Association (WWBA).

Littman Krooks was selected from area legal employers for implementing employment policies that allow for a balance of career development with family responsibilities. According to the WWBA, “Littman Krooks LLP has achieved an impressive reputation while extending opportunities for employees to use flexible work arrangements in order to meet family obligations.”

"Our firm is honored to be the recipient of this award,“ says Bernard A. Krooks, founding partner of Littman Krooks. “We are proud to provide a work environment that encourages a balance between our employees’ personal and professional lives.”

The “Family Friendly Employer” Award will be presented to Littman Krooks at the WWBA Annual Dinner on June 15, 2011.

Littman Krooks LLP offers legal services in several areas of law, including special needs planning, special education advocacy, elder law, estate planning, veterans benefits, and corporate and securities.

Learn more at http://www.littmankrooks.com.

New York City Office
655 Third Avenue, 20th Floor
New York, New York 10017
(212) 490-2020 Phone

Westchester Office
399 Knollwood Road
White Plains, New York 10603
(914) 684-2100 Phone

Dutchess Office
300 Westage Business Center
Drive, Suite 400
Fishkill, NY 12524
(845) 896-1106 Phone

  • Special Needs Fairness Act Adopted in New York State
    By Alexis Gruttadauria, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP At the end of 2016, President Obama signed the Special Needs Fairness Act into law, and this week the New York State Assembly and Senate voted to adopt the law in New York, which allows for an eligible individual to set-up his or her own First Party Special Needs Trust (click here to read more about the Federal Special Needs Fairness Act). Although ...
  • Special Needs Planning and SNTs: What Should a Trust Not Pay For?
    A supplemental needs trust is an important tool that can be used to make sure a child with special needs has access to the services and care he or she requires. Establishing a supplemental needs trust as a part of an overall financial plan is one step in providing a solid base of lifetime support. Once a child turns 18, his or her income will be used to determine eligibility for public benefits such as Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Earning too much will lead to the loss of these important benefits. However, funds paid into a supplemental needs trust will not be counted as income and, therefore, will allow an individual with special needs to retain public benefits.
  • How To Ensure Your Medical Wishes Win Out
    By: Alexis Gruttadauria, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP You have your advance directives in place; you’ve designated in your Health Care Proxy and Living Will who you want making your medical decisions once you are no longer able to make them for yourself, and you’ve instructed your agent on what those decisions should be. Now what? How do you make sure that your agent is allowed to do his or her ...

See other news sources publishing this article. BETA | Tags: , , , , , ,



Get headlines from Law Firm Newswire sent right to your inbox.

* indicates required