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Attorneys Riolo & Sadove Join Littman Krooks LLP

New York, NY (Law Firm Newswire) July 12, 2012 – Littman Krooks LLP is pleased to announce that attorneys Michael J. Riolo, Esq., and Stacy Sadove, Esq., have joined the law firm.

Michael’s practice is focused on estate and tax planning, estate administration and asset protection planning. Prior to joining Littman Krooks, he worked as a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, where he managed a portfolio of assets for individuals and business entities. Mr. Riolo was also previously an attorney with McCarthy Fingar LLP, where he counseled individuals and families on estate and tax planning, estate administration and asset protection planning matters. Michael received his J.D. from Pace University School of Law and his B.A. from Boston College.

Stacy Sadove practices in the fields of elder law and special needs planning. Previously, she worked as a pro bono attorney for Sanctuary for Families’ Center for Battered Women’s Legal Services, where she contested and uncontested divorce proceedings, order of protection petitions and child custody and visitation petitions. Stacy received her J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and her B.A. from Hamilton College. Stacy is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey. She is a member of the American Bar Association and the New York City Lawyers Association.

“Michael and Stacy will be assets to the firm. They will improve our ability to serve our seniors and families with special needs in the New York metropolitan area,” says Bernard A. Krooks, founding partner of Littman Krooks. For full biographies of Michael or Stacy,visit: Littman Krooks

About Littman Krooks

Littman Krooks LLP provides sophisticated legal advice and the high level of expertise ordinarily associated with large law firms along with the personal attention and responsiveness of smaller firms. These ingredients, which are the cornerstone of effective representation and are necessary to a successful lawyer/client relationship, have become the foundation of the firm’s success.

Littman Krooks LLP offers legal services in several areas of law, including elder law, estate planning, special needs planning, special education advocacy, and corporate and securities. Their offices are located at 399 Knollwood Road, White Plains, New York; 655 Third Avenue, New York, New York; and 300 Westage Business Center Drive, Fishkill, New York. Visit the firm’s website at http://www.littmankrooks.com.

To learn more about New York elder law or New York estate planning, visit http://www.elderlawnewyork.com or http://www.littmankrooks.com/.

Media Contact:
Maria M. Brill
Littman Krooks LLP
(914) 684-2100
mbrill@littmankrooks.com

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