Genser Cona Elder Law is recognized as a leading Elder Law firm on Long Island. Dedication, sensitivity and commitment to personalized service define Genser Cona Elder Law. Our reputation is built on integrity and a commitment to the highest level of professional ethics and standards.
Established in 1998, Genser Cona Elder Law practices in the areas of asset protection, Medicaid planning, estate planning, estate administration, estate litigation, wealth transfer strategies, special needs planning, and guardianships. We implement effective strategies to protect your interests, stressing the importance of advance planning to preserve financial security and health care options. Committed to excellence, we develop a keen understanding of your needs, providing personalized service carefully tailored to each client.
Genser Cona Elder Law also represents health care facilities, providing innovative strategies and solutions regarding complex Medicaid eligibility issues, guardianships, PRUCOL matters and litigation, so our health care clients can focus on providing quality care.
Genser Cona Elder Law is an award winning law firm, and have been ranked the #1 Elder Law firm by Long Island Business News for 8 consecutive years. We are the recipient of the HIA-LI Business Achievement Award. We’ve also been recognized for our charitable works and commitment to our community. We’ve received the Outstanding Corporation Award and Those Who Make a Difference Award. We’ve been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsday, Long Island Business News, Investor’s Business Daily, USA Today, The Daily News, The New York Post, Kiplinger’s, CPA Wealth Advisor and many other publications. Our attorneys have appeared as guests on WNBC-TV, WABC-TV, CNN-fn, News 12, FIOS and many radio stations including WOR, WCBS AM, WBAB and WFAN. Acting as educators and advisors, our attorneys frequently lecture at professional organizations, colleges and universities, health care trade associations, assisted living facilities and senior citizen groups.