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Intestate Estate

 When someone passes away in New York State without a last will and testament their property is distributed according the New York’s Estates Powers and Trusts Law.


Irrevocable Trusts for Medicaid Planning

 A common question we receive from clients is whether they can use a revocable trust and still accomplish their goal of protecting their assets in the event they need to enter a nursing home.


Estate Planning, Pre Paid Funeral

 Clients or prospective clients commonly ask whether they need a will.


Futterman & Lanza LLP, Attorneys and Counselors at Law in Smithtown, NY

Medicaid Estate Planning Strategies Long Island

As the population ages, many families are faced with difficult and important decisions regarding their long- term health care needs, as well as their financial well being. The attorneys as Futterman & Lanza help families prepare for both the present and the future through the use of: Last Wills and Testaments, Living Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Health Care Proxies, and Medicaid Planning
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Aaron Futterman

Mr. Futterman established Futterman & Lanza in Smithtown, New York after working for several years at a premier Long Island

Ronald Lanza

Mr. Lanza established Futterman & Lanza in Smithtown, New York after serving as senior law clerk to the state’s highest Court



Estate Tax Exemption

2014 Federal Estate Tax Exemption: The IRS just announced that the exclusion amount for estates of decedents who die in 2014 is $5,340,000, up from a total of $5,250,000 in 2013. 

Gift Tax Exclusion
2014 Federal Gift Tax Exclusion: The IRS just announced the annual exclusion for gifts remains unchanged at $14,000 for 2014.


Crisis Planning

It's not too late to save your assets or your family member’s assets. Often, there are crisis planning strategies that can save more for your family.

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