Krooks And Solkoff Announce Webinar On Estate Planning For Snowbirds
White Plains, NY (Law Firm Newswire) November 1, 2013 - Living in two different states can present certain complications in elder law and estate planning. Living wills, trusts and health care power of attorneys must be valid in both states along with other documents that may be needed to transfer property.
Littman Krooks LLP and Solkoff Legal are addressing this subject in a free, online webinar on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 beginning at 12:00 PM EST. By attending this webinar, participants join two nationally recognized elder law attorneys - Bernard A. Krooks, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP and Scott Solkoff, Esq., Solkoff Legal - for an online discussion and "Q&A" session about what "snowbirds" need to know about estate planning.
There is no charge for this webinar but registration is required. Please go to http://www.elderlawnewyork.com/webinars/ and follow the link to complete the registration process. Once a participant is registered, they receive an email with instructions for logging into the webinar on November 12.
About the Attorneys
Bernard A. Krooks, Esq., is a founding partner of Littman Krooks LLP, a firm committed to helping seniors and people with special needs plan for their future. Bernie has been honored as one of the "Best Lawyers" in America for each of the last seven years. He is past president of the Special Needs Alliance and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). Bernie has also served as chair of the Elder Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. He has been selected as a "New York Super Lawyer" since 2006.
Scott Solkoff, Esq., is a Florida Bar Board Certified Elder Law Attorney practicing in Delray Beach, Florida. His firm, Solkoff Legal, P.A. has 4 attorneys, all dedicating their life's work to assisting the elderly, people with disabilities, their caregivers and their families. Scott is Past-Chair of The Florida Bar's Elder Law Section, President of the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys (state NAELA chapter), a Fellow of the American College of Trusts and Estate Counsel and is author, with his father, of Thomson West's Florida Elder Law.
New York Contact:
Maria M. Brill
Littman Krooks LLP
New York City Office
655 Third Avenue, 20th Floor
New York, New York 10017
(212) 490-2020 Phone
399 Knollwood Road
White Plains, New York 10603
(914) 684-2100 Phone
300 Westage Business Center Drive, Suite 400
Fishkill, NY 12524
(845) 896-1106 Phone
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