Weekly Newsletter – Special Needs Trust: Protection for Those Who Need It the Most

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Special Needs Trust:  Protection for Those Who Need It the Most ​ Families of those with disabilities – physical or mental – are typically concerned with the best way to fund the long-term financial and personal needs of their special needs loved one in a way that will secure a fulfilling life for them. The best vehicle to accomplish this … Read More

Weekly Newsletter – Financial Self-Protection Tips for the Newly Single

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Financial Self-Protection Tips for the Newly Single Whether you have a lost a spouse or partner through divorce or death, being thrust into singlehood can be an emotionally and financially jarring experience.  To get yourself back on firm footing, at least financially, follow these five steps: Finalize financial plans.  In the case of a divorce, you must ensure that the … Read More

New Hyde Park, Queens NY

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Neighborhood Service Pages: Elder Law Attorney for New Hyde Park, Queens, NY Elder Law Lawyer, Lori R. Somekh has a great goal for helping our senior population from the financial strains and difficulties of growing older. Lori was admitted to practice law in New York and the Federal Courts. She established her own firm in 1997. Ms. Somekh serves her … Read More

Elder Law Attorney for Floral Park, Queens, NY

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Neighborhood Service Pages: Elder Law Attorney for Floral Park, Queens, NY Elder Law Lawyer, Lori R. Somekh has a great desire for protecting our senior citizens from the financial constraints and burdens of growing older. She was admitted to practice law in New York and the Federal Courts. She established her very own company in 1997. Ms. Somekh serves her … Read More

Weekly Newsletter – Don’t Forget to Include Your Digital Assets In Your Estate Plan- Part 2

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Don’t Forget to Include Your Digital Assets In Your Estate Plan—Part 2   In the first part of this series, we discussed the importance of including your digital assets in your estate plan. Here, we’ll talk about the best ways to get started with this process.   Today, estate planning encompasses not just tangible property like finances and real estate, … Read More

Weekly Newsletter – Don’t Forget to Include Your Digital Assets In Your Estate Plan- Part 1

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Don’t Forget to Include Your Digital Assets In Your Estate Plan—Part 1   If you’ve created an estate plan, it likely includes traditional wealth and assets like finances, real estate, personal property, and family heirlooms. But unless your plan also includes your digital assets, there’s a good chance this online property will be lost forever following your death or incapacity. … Read More

Weekly Newsletter – Don’t Transfer Ownership of Your House to Your Kids Before You Read This

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Don’t Transfer Ownership of Your House to Your Kids Before You Read This   With the cost of long-term care (LTC) skyrocketing, you may be concerned about your (or your elderly parents’) ability to pay for lengthy stays in a nursing home. Such care can be massively expensive, with the potential to overwhelm even the well-off. Because neither traditional health … Read More

Weekly Newsletter – 4 Ways Estate Planning Can Improve Relationships with Loved Ones

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4 Ways Estate Planning Can Improve Relationships with Loved Ones     With the holiday season here, you’re probably spending lots of time with your family and friends. During these moments, you’re likely reminded of just how important these relationships can be. And as we grow older, you begin to realize how precious little time we have to spend with … Read More