Britt N. Burner

Britt N. Burner

Burner Law Group, P.C.
  • Elder Law, Estate Planning
  • New York
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Britt Burner joined the firm in March 2014. Since that time‚ she has been the driving force behind our Manhattan office. Immediately after taking the bar‚ Britt started working at Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP in Manhattan as a litigation associate and then became an Assistant District Attorney in the Sex Crimes Bureau at the Kings County District Attorney's Office. Britt then went on to be an associate at a Manhattan firm focusing her practice on Elder Law and Estate Planning. Britt received her undergraduate degree from Boston College and her Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School where she was a Notes & Comments Editor of the Brooklyn Law Review.

For her sixth consecutive year‚ Minneapolis-based Law & Politics publishers of Super Lawyers magazines named Britt as a Rising Star Attorney. Super Lawyers‚ published in the New York Times Magazine is a listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement in their respective fields. Each year‚ no more than 5 percent of the lawyers in the state receive this honor.

In 2016 Britt was named as a "Brooklyn Star under 40" by Star Network which honors young professionals in Brooklyn under 40 years old who exemplify outstanding leadership skills‚ not only in their chosen fields‚ but also in their community. In 2017 she received the honor of being named an "Outstanding Woman in Law" by Hofstra University School of Law Center for Children Families and the Law and Long Island Business News.

In addition to her Bar Association responsibilities, Britt is a charter member of the Advisory Council for The Katz Institute for Women's Health at Northwell. The Katz Institute is a leader in women's health, dedicated to improving the quality of life for women by providing educational resources, prevention, wellness programs and clinical care.

Practice Areas
    Elder Law
    Estate Planning
    Guardianship & Conservatorship Estate Administration, Health Care Directives, Trusts, Wills
Video Conferencing
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Fees
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New York
New York State Office of Court Administration
ID Number: 4672440
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Associate Attorney
Burner Law Group, P.C.
- Current
Associate
Goldfarb Abrandt Salzman & Kutzin LLP
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Associate Attorney
Nancy Burner & Associates, P.C.
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Special Assistant District Attorney
Kings County District Attorney's Office
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Associate
Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP
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Education
Brooklyn Law School
J.D. (2008) | Law
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Activities: Britt Burner was a Notes & Comments Editor of the Brooklyn Law Review.
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Boston College
B.A. (2003) | Human Development
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Awards
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Rising Star
SuperLawyers
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Outstanding Woman in Law
Hofstra University School of Law Center for Children Families and the Law
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Brooklyn Star under 40
Star Network
Rising Star
SuperLawyers
CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Labor Law
Brooklyn Law School
Professional Associations
BNI
Member
- Current
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New York State Bar Association, Trusts and Estates Law Section
Member
- Current
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New York State Bar Association, Elder Law Section
Executive Committee Member
- Current
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New York State Bar Association, Elder Law Section
Production Editor
- Current
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New York State Bar Association Special Needs Section
Executive Committee Member
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New York City Bar Association Committee on the Legal Problems of the Aging
Secretary
- Current
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National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
Member
- Current
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Publications
Articles & Publications
How does Medicaid deal with a life estate?
South Shore Press
“Per Stirpes” vs “Per Capita” Estate Distributions
South Shore Press
Protecting Retirement Assets After the Secure Act
Suffolk Times
How are Promissory Notes Used in Medicaid Planning?
South Shore Press
Navigating the Changing Landscape of Community Medicaid
South Shore Press
Why Your Estate Planning Attorney & Matrimonial Attorney Should Meet
South Shore Press
An Estate Plan for Singles
South Shore Press
Does a Biden-Harris Presidency Affect My Estate Plan?
South Shore Press
Changing Your Will in the Middle of a Divorce
South Shore Press
Can I Amend My Will?
South Shore Press
A Power of Attorney is Essential for Medicaid Planning – Even if You are Married
South Shore Press
Change is on the way for Community Medicaid Long-Term Care
Burner Law Group, P.C. Blog
Should You be Applying for Medicaid Before the October 1st Deadline?
South Shore Press
Returning Your RMD to Benefit from the CARES Act
Times Beacon Record
The Duties of an Administrator/Executor
South Shore Press
An Effort to Slow the Spread in Nursing Homes
Burner Law Group, P.C. Blog
Avoid the Pitfalls of Leaving Assets to Minors
Burner Law Group, P.C. Blog
Applying for and Keeping Medicaid Services During the COVID-19 Emergency
Burner Law Group, P.C. Blog
Medicaid Changes in New York State : A Mixed Bag
Burner Law Group, P.C. Blog
Social Security and Medicaid
South Shore Press
I Have an Irrevocable Trust, Now What?
Times Beacon Record
Assets in a Trust
South Shore Press
Guardianship
South Shore Press
Creating an Estate Plan
Times Beacon Record
Medicare Rehabilitation Days
South Shore Press
Wills vs. Account Beneficiaries
South Shore Press
Updating Your Estate Planning Documents
South Shore Press
Will the Government Take My Home If I Apply for Medicaid?
South Shore Press
Advance Directives
South Shore Press
First Party Supplemental Needs Trusts
South Shore Press
Medicaid After the Budget
Times Beacon Record
Speaking Engagements
What is Elder Law?, Online
Burner Law Group, P.C.
Elder law is concerned with aiding seniors in implementing estate plans with a particular focus on long-term care, incapacity, and wealth transfer at death. Join us as we discuss the specific issues facing us as we age and how to protect yourself by putting together a plan of action in case of incapacity that affords you the greatest autonomy and dignity.
Retirement Planning After the SECURE Act, Online
The Bristal Assisted Living
Does my trust need an update? Signed into law December 20, 2019, the SECURE Act has changed the estate planning landscape for retirement benefits. Join us as we discuss this change and other 2020 updates.
Understanding the Role of Trustees and Executors, Online
The Bristal Assisted Living
Join us as we discuss estate planning and the responsibilities of being named as an executor or trustee.
Websites & Blogs
Website
Burner Law Group, P.C.
Blog
Burner Law Group, P.C. Blog
Videos
Brought to you by The Bristal at Holtsville  Learn how the SECURE Act of 2019 has changed the estate planning landscape for retirement benefits and if your trust needs an update.   Burner Law Group, P.C. Website: https://burnerlaw.com/ Burner Law Group, P.C. Blog: https://burnerlaw.com/trust-estate-blog/  Burner Law Group, P.C. Webinars: https://burnerlaw.com/webinars/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/burnerlawgroup/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NancyBurner_Law Retirement Planning After the SECURE Act - Presented by BLG & the Bristal

Brought to you by The Bristal at Holtsville Learn how the SECURE Act of 2019 has changed the estate planning landscape for retirement benefits and if your trust needs an update. Burner Law Group, P.C. Website: https://burnerlaw.com/ Burner Law Group, P.C. Blog: https://burnerlaw.com/trust-estate-blog/ Burner Law Group, P.C. Webinars: https://burnerlaw.com/webinars/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/burnerlawgroup/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NancyBurner_Law

This video is New York State's new laws affecting community medicaid.  Burner Law Group, P.C. Website: https://burnerlaw.com/  Burner Law Group, P.C. Blog: https://burnerlaw.com/trust-estate-blog/  Burner Law Group, P.C. Webinars: https://burnerlaw.com/webinars/   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/burnerlawgroup/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NancyBurner_Law Medicaid Deadline Fast Approaching

This video is New York State's new laws affecting community medicaid. Burner Law Group, P.C. Website: https://burnerlaw.com/ Burner Law Group, P.C. Blog: https://burnerlaw.com/trust-estate-blog/ Burner Law Group, P.C. Webinars: https://burnerlaw.com/webinars/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/burnerlawgroup/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NancyBurner_Law

When someone becomes incapacitated and failed to put the proper estate planning documents into place, a family member cannot simply take over that persons finances or decide where that person should live. Due to the important civil liberty concerns involved, a guardianship proceeding must be brought.  Our attorney Britt Burner sheds light on this special proceeding and the different roles played by the judge, petitioner, court evaluator, interested parties, and court appointed attorney. Guardianship: Providing for an Incapacitated Adult

When someone becomes incapacitated and failed to put the proper estate planning documents into place, a family member cannot simply take over that persons finances or decide where that person should live. Due to the important civil liberty concerns involved, a guardianship proceeding must be brought. Our attorney Britt Burner sheds light on this special proceeding and the different roles played by the judge, petitioner, court evaluator, interested parties, and court appointed attorney.

Britt Burner, Esq. discusses the Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts and how they help people qualify for chronic and community long-term medicaid. Diving Deep into the Medicaid Asset Protection Trust

Britt Burner, Esq. discusses the Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts and how they help people qualify for chronic and community long-term medicaid.

What specific clauses do you need in your Will? Britt Burner discusses specific clauses that you may want to include in your Last Will & Testament, such as children’s pot trust, specific bequests, beneficiary trusts, pet trust, power of appointment, disclaimer bypass planning, charitable donations and more! Tailor-Made Wills

What specific clauses do you need in your Will? Britt Burner discusses specific clauses that you may want to include in your Last Will & Testament, such as children’s pot trust, specific bequests, beneficiary trusts, pet trust, power of appointment, disclaimer bypass planning, charitable donations and more!

A revocable trust, also called an inter vivos trust, is a trust created during the grantor's lifetime which dictates how assets are to be distributed during the grantor's lifetime and upon the grantor's death. Learn the basics of the revocable trust, including the role of the grantor, trustee, and beneficiary, and scenarios where such a trust could benefit you. Understanding Trusts: The Revocable Trust

A revocable trust, also called an inter vivos trust, is a trust created during the grantor's lifetime which dictates how assets are to be distributed during the grantor's lifetime and upon the grantor's death. Learn the basics of the revocable trust, including the role of the grantor, trustee, and beneficiary, and scenarios where such a trust could benefit you.

Attorney Britt Burner explains how a Pooled Income Trust works in conjunction with Community Medicaid. If you are considering "Aging in Place" and how to pay for long term care, it is crucial you understand your options. A Pooled Income Trust allows you to meet the income eligibility requirements and, at the same time, retain the income to pay bills. Income Eligibility for Medicaid: Pooled Trust

Attorney Britt Burner explains how a Pooled Income Trust works in conjunction with Community Medicaid. If you are considering "Aging in Place" and how to pay for long term care, it is crucial you understand your options. A Pooled Income Trust allows you to meet the income eligibility requirements and, at the same time, retain the income to pay bills.

Jennifer Leff Senior Director for MusiCares invited BLG's Britt Burner to do a webinar on basic estate planning. Britt discusses advanced directives, wills and the difference between probate and administration proceedings. Basic Estate Planning 101

Jennifer Leff Senior Director for MusiCares invited BLG's Britt Burner to do a webinar on basic estate planning. Britt discusses advanced directives, wills and the difference between probate and administration proceedings.

Medicaid and Medicare are both government programs that provide health coverage. Medicare is available for people over 65 yo or who have a disability, regardless of income level.  Medicaid coverage has strict income eligibility guidelines. How they overlap and what each covers can be confusing. Britt Burner breaks down Medicare and long-term Medicaid programs available in New York. Medicare and Medicaid: How Do They Work Together?

Medicaid and Medicare are both government programs that provide health coverage. Medicare is available for people over 65 yo or who have a disability, regardless of income level. Medicaid coverage has strict income eligibility guidelines. How they overlap and what each covers can be confusing. Britt Burner breaks down Medicare and long-term Medicaid programs available in New York.

Britt Burner, Esq. discusses how to structure your estate planning to fit your particular circumstance when you have children from a previous marriage. Many people are surprised by how their assets would be allocated upon their death - if they do not have a will. Is it your wish to leave assets to both your spouse and children from a prior marriage? 2ND TIME AROUND: ESTATE PLANNING FOR BLENDED FAMILIES

Britt Burner, Esq. discusses how to structure your estate planning to fit your particular circumstance when you have children from a previous marriage. Many people are surprised by how their assets would be allocated upon their death - if they do not have a will. Is it your wish to leave assets to both your spouse and children from a prior marriage?

Most people know the rudimentariness of a Will and that the nominated executor is tasked with administering the estate. But do you know what duties are entailed and the steps involved?  Britt Burner, Esq. discusses the duties of the administrator of an estate (when there is no will) and executor of a will. Duties of an Executor & Administrator

Most people know the rudimentariness of a Will and that the nominated executor is tasked with administering the estate. But do you know what duties are entailed and the steps involved? Britt Burner, Esq. discusses the duties of the administrator of an estate (when there is no will) and executor of a will.

Britt Burner of Burner Law Group discusses the duties of a trustee.  A trustee is a fiduciary who administers the assets placed into a trust, either for the benefit of the trustee or a third party. The duties depend on the trust instrument and the type of trust, such as irrevocable, revocable or special needs trust.   Whether you have a appointed someone as a trustee or you yourself are a trustee, it is important to know the duties involved. Duties of a Trustee

Britt Burner of Burner Law Group discusses the duties of a trustee. A trustee is a fiduciary who administers the assets placed into a trust, either for the benefit of the trustee or a third party. The duties depend on the trust instrument and the type of trust, such as irrevocable, revocable or special needs trust. Whether you have a appointed someone as a trustee or you yourself are a trustee, it is important to know the duties involved.

As attorneys, we have found that COVID-19 and the accompanying shutdown has reshaped some of our beliefs and approaches to estate planning. This is no time to panic, but it is an opportunity to learn from the upheavals brought on by the virus and examine how they change the way we counsel our clients as they create or amend their plans.   How Covid-19 has made advance directives and the durable power of attorney crucial documents for people of all ages. Why Covid 19 has made Advanced Directives crucial in estate planning.

As attorneys, we have found that COVID-19 and the accompanying shutdown has reshaped some of our beliefs and approaches to estate planning. This is no time to panic, but it is an opportunity to learn from the upheavals brought on by the virus and examine how they change the way we counsel our clients as they create or amend their plans. How Covid-19 has made advance directives and the durable power of attorney crucial documents for people of all ages.

How has the coronavirus affected Medicaid long-term care eligibility? Is Medicaid embracing Telehealth beyond the pandemic? Join Britt Burner as she discusses how Covid-19 has affected Community and Chronic Medicaid. Medicaid & Covid-19

How has the coronavirus affected Medicaid long-term care eligibility? Is Medicaid embracing Telehealth beyond the pandemic? Join Britt Burner as she discusses how Covid-19 has affected Community and Chronic Medicaid.

Join attorney Britt Burner as she discusses the unique issues inherent in leaving assets to minor children. BNB Leaving Assets to Minors

Join attorney Britt Burner as she discusses the unique issues inherent in leaving assets to minor children.

Join BLG's Britt Burner, Esq. as she discuss the changes to retirement accounts under the December 2019 SECURE Act. Attorney Britt Burner on Retirement planning under the SECURE Act

Join BLG's Britt Burner, Esq. as she discuss the changes to retirement accounts under the December 2019 SECURE Act.

To view our past webinars, visit our website at https://burnerlaw.com/webinars/ Medicaid Explained: Pooled income trusts & how to advocate for the home health services you need!

To view our past webinars, visit our website at https://burnerlaw.com/webinars/

Medicaid long-term care is a joint state and federal program to help seniors who meet certain asset and income guidelines to get the healthcare they need - either in a... Demystifying Medicaid Long Term Care

Medicaid long-term care is a joint state and federal program to help seniors who meet certain asset and income guidelines to get the healthcare they need - either in a...

Join our attorney Britt Burner, Esq. as she discusses what you need to know about Estate Planning including advance directives and protection of assets. Estate Planning for All Ages: Part 1

Join our attorney Britt Burner, Esq. as she discusses what you need to know about Estate Planning including advance directives and protection of assets.

Presented by the Bristal Assisted Living and Burner Law Group, P.C. For many with cognitive decline, getting a proper diagnosis from a skilled clinician can be difficult. Dr. Absar will take attendees on a journey on how Alzheimer's and other neurocognitive disorders are diagnosed. Treatment options, care services, and the importance of pro-active planning will also be discussed. Alzheimer's and Dementia Diagnosis in the Aging Population

Presented by the Bristal Assisted Living and Burner Law Group, P.C. For many with cognitive decline, getting a proper diagnosis from a skilled clinician can be difficult. Dr. Absar will take attendees on a journey on how Alzheimer's and other neurocognitive disorders are diagnosed. Treatment options, care services, and the importance of pro-active planning will also be discussed.

Brought to you by the Bristal at Sayville Join us as we discuss estate planning and the responsibilities of being named as an executor or trustee. Duties of an Executor

Brought to you by the Bristal at Sayville Join us as we discuss estate planning and the responsibilities of being named as an executor or trustee.

There is no one estate plan that fits everyone, every family is unique so every estate plan should be. Join Britt Burner, Esq. as she discusses how estate planning goals and techniques change as you age. Estate Planning for Moms of All Ages

There is no one estate plan that fits everyone, every family is unique so every estate plan should be. Join Britt Burner, Esq. as she discusses how estate planning goals and techniques change as you age.

Can an election affect how your estate plan should be structured? Britt Burner, Esq. discusses whether you should be reviewing your estate plan after the election. Learn what new changes are on the horizon depending on whether the Democrats or the Republicans win the White House and/or the Senate. Estate Planning in an Election Year

Can an election affect how your estate plan should be structured? Britt Burner, Esq. discusses whether you should be reviewing your estate plan after the election. Learn what new changes are on the horizon depending on whether the Democrats or the Republicans win the White House and/or the Senate.

Should you be revisiting your estate plan in 2021? Everyone knows they need advance directives and a will, but put it off for one reason or another. Join us as Britt Burner, Esq. explains the basics of an estate plan and whether your estate plan needs updating under a Biden presidency. Estate Planning in the New Year

Should you be revisiting your estate plan in 2021? Everyone knows they need advance directives and a will, but put it off for one reason or another. Join us as Britt Burner, Esq. explains the basics of an estate plan and whether your estate plan needs updating under a Biden presidency.

Learn how to keep control of your long term care with an "aging in place" plan. In order to "age in place", you first need to know the qualifications for receiving Medicaid services at home or in a nursing home. Join us for an informative discussion on the differences between Home Care and Chronic Medicaid and how to put together a plan that gives you the most control over how and where you age. Medicaid 101

Learn how to keep control of your long term care with an "aging in place" plan. In order to "age in place", you first need to know the qualifications for receiving Medicaid services at home or in a nursing home. Join us for an informative discussion on the differences between Home Care and Chronic Medicaid and how to put together a plan that gives you the most control over how and where you age.

Studies show that 90% of seniors want to “age in place”, meaning thriving in their home and community, avoiding nursing homes as long as possible. Join our attorney Britt Burner to learn the importance of Estate Planning documents and the benefits of the Community Medicaid program which can allow its participants the ability to live independently in their homes. Medicaid at Home

Studies show that 90% of seniors want to “age in place”, meaning thriving in their home and community, avoiding nursing homes as long as possible. Join our attorney Britt Burner to learn the importance of Estate Planning documents and the benefits of the Community Medicaid program which can allow its participants the ability to live independently in their homes.

Married couples take a vow to grow old together and putting in place an aging plan ensures that seniors get the care they need later in life to ensure they stay together as long as possible. Unless one has comprehensive long-term care insurance, paying the high cost of home care or nursing home care is impossible for most New Yorkers. Join Britt Burner, Esq. as she breaks down the income and asset guidelines for Medicaid long-term care eligibility when both spouses require care. Medicaid for Couples: When Both Spouses Need Care

Married couples take a vow to grow old together and putting in place an aging plan ensures that seniors get the care they need later in life to ensure they stay together as long as possible. Unless one has comprehensive long-term care insurance, paying the high cost of home care or nursing home care is impossible for most New Yorkers. Join Britt Burner, Esq. as she breaks down the income and asset guidelines for Medicaid long-term care eligibility when both spouses require care.

2021 is bringing many changes. Join Britt Burner of Burner Law Group as she discusses proposed changes by the new administration and whether these will affect your estate. New Year! New President! New Estate Plan?

2021 is bringing many changes. Join Britt Burner of Burner Law Group as she discusses proposed changes by the new administration and whether these will affect your estate.

New York’s new Power of Attorney (POA) goes into effect on June 13, 2021. Learn about major changes to the POA form, including signing requirements, elimination of the statutory gift rider and guidelines for financial institution’s acceptance or rejection. Britt Burner, Esq. explains why everyone needs a POA, the changes, and whether you should replace your existing POA. New York’s New Power of Attorney What You Need to Know

New York’s new Power of Attorney (POA) goes into effect on June 13, 2021. Learn about major changes to the POA form, including signing requirements, elimination of the statutory gift rider and guidelines for financial institution’s acceptance or rejection. Britt Burner, Esq. explains why everyone needs a POA, the changes, and whether you should replace your existing POA.

Join Britt Burner, Esq. as she explains why everyone needs a POA, the changes and whether existing POA’s need to be replaced. You do not want to miss this very important change! NY’s New Power of Attorney for Professionals

Join Britt Burner, Esq. as she explains why everyone needs a POA, the changes and whether existing POA’s need to be replaced. You do not want to miss this very important change!

One of the myths of Medicaid long term care is that you must give up your income to qualify for home care. But how could people manage to stay in their homes and pay their bills? Learn how to retain your income through the use of a Pooled Income Trust. Qualifying for Medicaid and Keeping your Income Protected

One of the myths of Medicaid long term care is that you must give up your income to qualify for home care. But how could people manage to stay in their homes and pay their bills? Learn how to retain your income through the use of a Pooled Income Trust.

The coronavirus has had a profound effect on our society, whether it be the closing of businesses, isolation from family or the tragic loss of life. It has caused many people to focus on matters long left unfinished and revisit their plans for the future. Britt Burner of Burner Law Group, P.C. discusses how COVID-19 has changed the estate planning landscape, what estate planning documents are crucial, and whether you should be updating your documents. Revisiting your Estate Plans in this Day of COVID-19

The coronavirus has had a profound effect on our society, whether it be the closing of businesses, isolation from family or the tragic loss of life. It has caused many people to focus on matters long left unfinished and revisit their plans for the future. Britt Burner of Burner Law Group, P.C. discusses how COVID-19 has changed the estate planning landscape, what estate planning documents are crucial, and whether you should be updating your documents.

October is home to Special Needs Planning month. While it is important for everyone to have a sound estate plan in place, it is of special importance for those with disabled beneficiaries. Join Britt Burner, Esq. as she discusses the importance of estate planning with a focus on special needs topics including supplemental needs trust. Special Needs Planning

October is home to Special Needs Planning month. While it is important for everyone to have a sound estate plan in place, it is of special importance for those with disabled beneficiaries. Join Britt Burner, Esq. as she discusses the importance of estate planning with a focus on special needs topics including supplemental needs trust.

Have you put an Estate Plan in place or have questions on the responsibilities of agents, trustees or executors? Join our attorney Britt Burner, Esq. as she discusses these important roles in Estate Planning. The Role of Trustee and Executor

Have you put an Estate Plan in place or have questions on the responsibilities of agents, trustees or executors? Join our attorney Britt Burner, Esq. as she discusses these important roles in Estate Planning.

Whether you are considering gifting cash or other assets to family this holiday season, learn how gifting affects your estate taxes and Medicaid. Join us for an in-depth discussion on gifting including the most tax-efficient way to pass down wealth. Tis the Season to Learn about Gifting Rules

Whether you are considering gifting cash or other assets to family this holiday season, learn how gifting affects your estate taxes and Medicaid. Join us for an in-depth discussion on gifting including the most tax-efficient way to pass down wealth.

What happens to your pet if you are suddenly gone? Did you know that a well-defined Estate Plan can include provisions for pets? In honor of National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, join us as our friends at the Westhampton Free Library welcomes us to discuss pet trusts and various planning tools to ensure that your pets are taken care of. Westhampton Free Library Link and Learn - Estate Planning for Pets

What happens to your pet if you are suddenly gone? Did you know that a well-defined Estate Plan can include provisions for pets? In honor of National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, join us as our friends at the Westhampton Free Library welcomes us to discuss pet trusts and various planning tools to ensure that your pets are taken care of.

New York State simplified its Durable Power of Attorney and this new law goes into effect on June 13, 2021. Join Britt Burner of Burner Law Group as she explains the history of New York's Power of Attorney, the beneficial new changes and whether you will need to execute a new power of attorney. What you Need to Know about New York's New Power of Attorney

New York State simplified its Durable Power of Attorney and this new law goes into effect on June 13, 2021. Join Britt Burner of Burner Law Group as she explains the history of New York's Power of Attorney, the beneficial new changes and whether you will need to execute a new power of attorney.

Whether you are the Trustee of your own or someone else’s trust, you probably have questions about your duties and obligations. Britt Burner discusses trust administration, including how to open a trust account, keep records and make distributions. You're a Trustee... Now What?

Whether you are the Trustee of your own or someone else’s trust, you probably have questions about your duties and obligations. Britt Burner discusses trust administration, including how to open a trust account, keep records and make distributions.

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