Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&AResponsive Law
Four law school degrees and certificate, along with graduate degree. Long time law professor and dean. Current professor. Love helping folks. Doing Living Trusts for twenty years!
- Estate Planning
Additional Practice Area
- Exclusively limited to Living Trusts
On Living Trusts, for any state in America!
- Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- New York
- New York State Office of Court Administration
- ID Number: 1421726
- English: Spoken, Written
- The Lane Agency
- University of San Diego School of Law
- City University of New York - Queens College
- B.A. | Government & Medicine
- New York University School of Law
- The George Washington University Law School
- University of Southern California
- Harvard Law School
- Certificate in Law & Government
- Service Award
- United States House of Representatives
- Service Award & Writing Commendation
- The United States Senate, Committee on the Judiciary
- The American Bar Association
- New York State Bar  # 1421726
- - Current
Articles & Publications
- Congress vs. Subversion
- The President vs. Congress
- National Conference of Health Lawyers of American , Presentation on Contracting with Physicians
- United States House of Representatives , Testimony on proposed Legislation
- City Council of San Diego , Address on Citizen Activity
- Legislature of the State of Montana , Address on Legislative Activities
12 Questions Answered
- Q. Hi! I am writing this email to request your advice on terminating an off-campus housing lease in Ithaca. NY.
- A: Afraid all you are likely to be able to do is try to negotiate with your landlord for a reduced amount as payment in full. Unless NY passes an emergency exception for student leases, and they have not I understand, you are stuck. Common problem.
- Q. As 1 of 3 exec's dads will probate acct closes tues. If I write to lawyer does he have to answer my ?'s . No call back
- A: Dementia cancels (nullifies) any signature on any document. So that document is not effective.
- Q. Trust was not properly notarized, is it valid?
- A: You say the creator(s) of the trust are still alive. That means they can do the notarization now, today, assuming they still have mental capacity. That should solve the problem completely.
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