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Elder Law, Estate Planning, Guardianships/Conservatorships, Probate and Elder Mediation
The practices of elder law and estate planning require a demanding array of skills and abilities, and Michelle W. Koufman’s clients often need her most while in the midst of life’s most difficult emotional challenges. At these and other difficult times, Ms. Koufman’s clients depend on her ability to design effective solutions to seemingly overwhelming challenges. Her detailed knowledge of elder law, trust and estates, tax law, as well as complex federal and state government regulations, assists Ms. Koufman in providing her clients with a variety of viable options suitable to their specific needs.
Attorney Elaine Levine represents individuals, married couples, partners, and families as they make their end-of-life decisions, as well as estate representatives in probate matters after the death of a loved person. Together, Elaine and her clients work to protect spouses, partners, children, and grandchildren with appropriate guardians and trusts, as well as to minimize the obstacles, difficulties, and financial burdens associated with aging and death. By documenting each person’s expectations and desires, Elaine strives to ensure smooth transitions in times of accidents, stress, decline, and death.
Business, Contracts, Wills, Trusts, NFA Gun Trusts, and Probate
Lauren Marlow Greiner, Partner of Koufman, Levine & Greiner, LLP, utilizes her experience and resourcefulness to provide practical legal solutions to businesses at all stages of development as well as a guide for individuals and families through the estate planning and asset protection planning process. Lauren works with small to mid-sized businesses, family-owned businesses, as well as individuals who are “making the leap” with their new business ventures. In addition, Lauren assists new and growing families put the proper planning in place so that they and their loved ones are better prepared when the unexpected arises and assists families navigate the complex process of probate in the event of the death of a loved one.