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Anthony Lamberti
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Experienced Staten Island elder care lawyer is dedicated solely to estate planning, elder law, medicaid planning, and estate administration.
Experienced Staten Island elder care lawyer is dedicated solely to estate planning, elder law, medicaid planning, and estate administration.

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Did you know hospitals and nursing homes charge individuals more than they charge Medicaid? This alone should make Medicaid planning important to you.

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Advanced health care directives (living wills) let you make your wishes known in the event you are medically declared terminal with no hope of recovery.

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Gift giving is one way to distribute assets without paying taxes. But gift laws are complex, and you may a lawyer to determine your best course of action.

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Roman Blum died without a will to direct the division of his $40 million estate. If a relative isn't found, his millions may go to New York state's coffers.

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Keeping your estate plan current is as important as having one. While you don't need a will to address every asset, you should have a clear plan of action.

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It's not enough to write a will — you need to make sure it is valid. Use accurate language, have a witness watch you sign it, and keep the original safe.

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"Obamacare" has rocked the boat in many ways, but the Supreme Court recently held that states may opt out of the Medicaid expansion proposed in the Act

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If you're worried your child will spend their inheritance on illegal substances, you can control the terms of their inheritance to prevent unwanted purchases.

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What Happens to Your Business When You Are No Longer There to Run it? When George Steinbrenner died in July 2010, his most famous asset — the New York Yankees — was left in the care of his two sons Hal and Hank. Many Yankee fans wondered how this might affect baseball’s most successful franchise and whether or not the team would be sold.

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Mark Zuckerberg is probably the most well known of the world’s 29 billionaires under the age of 40. He and his college roommates originally developed and launched a social media company, Facebook, while they were still at Harvard.  Facebook took off so quickly that Zuckerberg became a billionaire in 2007 when he was just 23 years old. He is currently worth approximately $13.3 Billion. - See more at: http://www.nyelderlaw.net/2013/08/09/the-young-and-the-smart-plan-ahead/#sthash.lMuDBdG1.dpuf
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