Practice Areas

Elder Law is the legal practice of counseling and representing seniors and their families about...

Medicaid planning is the practice of preserving assets by securing eligibility for government...

We understand the tremendous emotional burden families endure when faced with the prospects of...

Americans are living longer than ever before and this fact only emphasizes the importance of...

You have worked hard for the money you earned, but times have changed since the once popular...

If your family is like most, the family home is your largest asset and you are concerned about...

The federal government allows each individual to gift up to $13,000 each year (2009 allowance)...

Long-term care insurance may provide nursing home benefits and community benefits. While some...

A Living Will is an important document to have at any stage in your life. It is a legal document...

A Health Care Proxy is a document that allows you to appoint a person you trust as your health...

The loss of control over your finances is a scary notion. A Durable Power of Attorney is one of...

Whether you believe it or not, you already have an estate plan. Under New York law, your house...

The most basic and perhaps the most important instrument in your estate plan, a Last Will &...

Trusts can be one of the most effective tools in your estate plan. Properly drafted and...

Probate is the legal process by which a deceased person's property is distributed to legatees or...

After the initial stages are completed, an accounting should be prepared reflecting all...

Sometimes an estate administration does not go as planned, the assets of a trust cannot be...

A fiduciary is someone who acts for the benefit of another person. A fiduciary is required to...

A beneficiary is someone who stands to benefit from the act of another. In the case of a will, a...

If you suspect assets were wrongfully transferred by a fiduciary either to himself/herself or to...

A trust contest is similar to a will contest. A person may use a revocable trust rather than a...

A proceeding can be initiated to contest the validity of a will. Any person who has "standing...

Estate proceedings require fiduciaries to periodically file accountings with the courts. In...

New York Law protects the spouse of a testator from being completely disinherited. The law...

GDGC tries cases. Together, our attorneys and clients assume the case will go to trial and we...

Medicaid denials or late pick-up dates can cost a facility tens of thousands of dollars.  GDGC...

A patient's or resident's incapacity must not prevent your facility from recovering money owed...

Our experience will guide your healthcare facility through the complicated laws and regulations...

GDGC is committed to helping Veterans and their families on Long Island.  As a means of giving...

Genser Dubow Genser & Cona (GDGC) is recognized for achieving superior results for its...

Long-term care (LTC) insurance can be a good way to protect your assets and your family from the...