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New for 2023: New York State has certified our firm to provide CE (Continuing Education) to licensed social workers. 

Educational Workshops

Michael Greenberg frequently speaks to community groups and at Continuing Legal Education (CLE) classes on Estate Planning and Elder Law topics.  Some recent talks: 

  • Medicaid and Estate Planning: Conflicts, Trust Drafting Issues, Tax Consequences

  • Overview of the Legal and Financial Issues that Surround a Diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease or Other Related Dementia

  • Drafting Income-Only Trusts for Medicaid Eligibility and Tax Planning

  • How to Leave Money to Heirs and Protect your Assets

  • Caring for Aging Family Members: Long-Term Care Solutions, Estate Planning, and Managing Money: A Caregiver's Guide to Finances


Working with assisting living facilities and home care companies, we modify these courses so that social workers can learn, grow, and earn CE credits. 


Contact Michael today to give an educational workshop at your workplace, community group, or place of worship about how to protect your family and your legacy. 


Michael has written a number of educational articles, including:

  • Connecticut Enacts New Trust Legislation, Including Recognition of Domestic Asset Protection Trusts, November 18, 2019, by Carole M. Bass and Michael J. Greenberg

  • Estate plans in today’s changing environment: How insurance can enhance these plans, June 2016, Professional Insurance Agents Magazine

  • Blended families need estate planning, December 4, 2015, Westchester Business Journal

Resources for Those Facing a Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s and Related Dementias 

As the Chair of the Legal Committee of the New York City Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, Michael leads a group of attorneys in providing free programming and lectures to the public on legal and long-term care planning for those afflicted with the disease and their loved ones.


Michael is pleased to talk with you confidentially about your situation and refer you to other professionals as appropriate. 

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