Candace Dellacona’s law practice is concentrated in both elder law, which includes Medicaid planning, guardianships, long-term care planning and reverse mortgages and trusts and estates, which includes wills, trusts, advanced directives and estate administration.
Mr. Bestreich graduated summa cum laude from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2008 and graduated magna cum laude from the State University of New York at Buffalo Law School in 2011.
Christopher is Certified as an Elder Law Attorney ("CELA") by the National Elder Law Foundation as accredited by the American Bar Association. The National Elder Law Foundation is not affiliated with any governmental authority.
Alison Leigh Epilone, Esq., graduated, cum laude, from Touro Law Center in 2008 and joined Feldman, Kramer & Monaco, P.C. in November 2012 in the firm’s premier Matrimonial and Family Law Department. Ms. Epilone is admitted to practice in both New York and New Jersey.
In 2000 Anita joined Feldman Kramer and Monaco. In 2002 she became the Supervising Attorney. She has frequently spoken before large groups of legal plan members.
Daniel J. DeRosso, Esq. has been with Feldman Kramer and Monaco, P.C. since 1997. He practices in the real estate department handling residential and commercial closings, leases and refinances. He also handles business entity formations and business closings.
David has successfully litigated a number of high value cases including one recent case where he recovered 2.35 million dollars for an injured worker.
Mr. Gerry joined the law firm in 2010 and was promoted to Supervising Attorney of the Estates Department in 2014. His areas of practice include: Elder Law, Special Needs, Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Guardianship and Medicaid.
Danielle L. White joined Feldman, Kramer & Monaco, P.C. in 2011. Her primary area of practice for the past eleven years is Elder Law, Estate and Special Needs Planning, Medicaid Planning, as well as Medicaid Fair Hearings and Guardianships.
Mr. Kramer has lectured on numerous occasions on the subject of Wills, Trusts, Planning for Retirement, the use of Trusts to Plan Ones Estate, Elder Law Planning and other related topics.
Mr. Orlando is a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association, the Suffolk County Matrimonial Bar Association, and the New York State Bar Association.
During law school, Mr. Sandman received a CALI award for academic excellence in Civil
Procedure II and participated in the Civil Practice and Judicial Externship programs.
Mr. Kramer has lectured to the New York State Bar Association, Practicing Law Institute, Accounts Resource Group, New York State United Teachers Union, United Federation of Teachers, Public Employees Federation, Nassau County Correction Officers Union, the Preferred Provider Group, Prepaid Legal and Legal Shield, Nassau Community College, Civil Service Employees Association, Long Island Family Caregiver Coalition and American Prepaid Legal Services Institute.
She is a member of the Nassau County Women’s Bar Association, a frequent contributor to the “Preventative Law Quarterly” on issues involving residential real estate transactions and issues, and has been a guest speaker at LIGALY (Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth) for discussion workshops on domestic partner/second parent adoption.
After immigrating to the United States, Ms. Karlova graduated summa cum laude from Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in 2008, where she received her L.L.M.
Mr. Chipkin entered private practice, where he specialized in trying personal injury cases involving construction accidents, wrongful deaths, automobile accidents, slip-and-falls, dangerous and defective products, securities, playground and school accidents and medical malpractice.
Warren B. Feldman was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1977 and has amassed many honors both within and outside his profession over the last 40 years.
Mr. Fogel has over twenty five years of experience handling all phases of matrimonial and family law including trial and appellate practice.
Right out of law school, Bill sought meaningful legal work with a firm on Long Island that was aligned with his own values and beliefs.