BrandowLaw is a full-service firm concentrating on matters involving estate planning, special needs planning, and elder law.
Providing counsel to Long Island families for decades, our attorneys at BrandowLaw have earned a reputation as tireless advocates for those with disabilities, as well as those without.
445 Broadhollow Road (Rt. 110), Suite 25
Melville, NY 11747
600 Old Country Road, Suite 328,
Garden City, NY 11553 (NO MAIL SERVICE)
646 Main St, Suite 201
Port Jefferson, NY 11777 (NO MAIL SERVICE)
PLAN SMART-PLAN AHEAD
WITH REGINA BRANDOW, ESQ
WEEKLY SHOW ARCHIVE
"MEDICARE" MIKE BROTHERS
Suffolk Independent Living Organization (SILO)
DeputyDirector for Programs & Services
FREE VIDEO PRESENTATIONS
Special Needs Trust & Guardianship
Planning for individuals and families with disabilities requires unique strategies to achieve maximum independence while maintaining the governmental benefits that they are entitled to.
Guardianship Workshop- New York
A FREE hands-on workshop designed to assist parents and prospective guardians in completing the New York State Surrogate's Court 17-A guardianship petition, line-by-line.
Elder Law- Plan Ahead - Plan Now
Seniors face special legal and life decisions, and it is the role of the elder law attorney to provide assistance and counsel to older persons and their families with these unique needs.
Barbara McNamara and Ann Pizano from the organization SMILE
Cay Taylor PRINCIPAL CITRINCOPPERMAN
Accounting & business consulting
LIVE ZOOM- SPECIAL NEEDS TRANSITION PLANNING
A VIRTUAL TRANSITION PLANNING WORKSHOP FOR
FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
ACCESSING, UNDERSTANDING, AND PROTECTING YOUR CHILD’S BENEFITS LEGALLY AND FINANCIALLY WITH ESTATE PLANNING
Click below to view dates and register
Special Counsel, Tom Haberlack, Esq. talks about Trusts
Anthony Capogna talks about pre-planning/prepaid funerals.
Michael Christodoulou from Edward Jones talks about financial planning
ILENE Corina from PULSE talks about advanced directives
Wendy Hodor from Brandow Law. Wendy and Regina discuss special needs planning and trusts.
Tom Unverzagt from Win Home Inspection
Regina talks about estate planning documents, what they are, and why everyone should have them (last will & testament, power of attorney, health care proxy, etc).
What will you leave for your pets? Taking care of a pet is rewarding, but it can also be expensive. Having a Pet Trust in place can help you eliminate a lot of the costs of pet care for the person you're designating as the caretaker.
Long term care planning- Medicaid planning