Genser Dubow Genser & Cona (GDGC) is recognized as one of the top Elder Law and Estate Planning firms on Long Island. Dedication, sensitivity and commitment to personalized service define Genser Dubow Genser & Cona. The firm's reputation is built on a commitment to the highest level of professional ethics and standards.
Established in 1968, Genser Dubow Genser & Cona practices in the areas of Medicaid planning, disability and special needs planning, guardianships, estate and tax planning, wealth transfer strategies, estate and trust administration and estate litigation. Guiding families toward making informed choices, the firm's work includes the preservation of assets, preparation and submission of Medicaid applications, probate, the drafting of caregiver agreements, trusts, wills and advanced directives including living wills and health care proxies.
Genser Dubow Genser & Cona implements effective strategies to protect a client's interests, stressing the importance of advance planning to preserve financial security. Committed to excellence, the firm develops a keen understanding of an individual's needs, providing personalized service carefully tailored to each client.
The firm also represents health care facilities for all accounts receivable matters, while also providing counsel on institutional benefits, home health care benefit programs, discharge planning, government benefit eligibility requirements and Social Security disability cases.
Staying current on rapidly changing federal and state laws, GDGC provides clients with cutting edge solutions, offering expertise in matters of concern to seniors and their families including healthcare, long-term care and retirement. Acting as educators and advisors, the firm's attorneys frequently lecture at professional organizations, assisted living facilities and senior citizen groups.
Continuing its longstanding commitment to the community, Genser Dubow Genser & Cona sponsors several programs to enrich the lives of area residents including the GDGC Annual Mother's Day Blossoms Program in which local elementary school students bring hundreds of corsages to women in nursing homes and senior assisted living facilities across Long Island on Mother's Day. This year, the firm sponsored the GDGC Elder Advocacy Scholarship and the GDGC Triumph Scholarship. The GDCG Scholarship Awards Program was created in 2007 to recognize students who have enriched the lives of seniors through humanitarian efforts and volunteerism.
Twice a year, GDGC hosts a free Elder Law hotline inviting seniors and their families to call and speak directly to an Elder Law and Estate Planning attorney about asset protection planning, changes in Medicaid laws, estate planning, wills and trusts, caregiver agreements and disability planning. The GDGC hotline receives an overwhelming response from seniors and their families looking for answers to their questions about elder care. Hotline callers also receive a complimentary copy of the GDGC booklet, Your Guide to Elder Law & Estate Planning.
* All GDGC attorneys are licensed to practice law in the state of New York