January - March 2022

Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli is marching in the parade this Saturday.

This year the parade organizers
are celebrating St. Patrick and Irish Culture and are also acknowledging those who supported our communities during the pandemic.

We express our thanks and appreciation to health care, emergency and front-line workers.

This parade has been a tradition for our Bay Shore office over many years as the parade goes past our office on Main Street!
Upcoming Presentations

Everyone is invited to attend any of these events.
They all require RSVPs.
Personal Injury attorney
Barrie E. Bazarsky will present on what to do if you are in a car accident and she will discuss car insurance coverage terms. You are invited to bring your car insurance coverage for a policy review.

Suffolk County Police Officer will share an active shooter overview and basic survival strategies in an emergency and how to become more aware of your surroundings.
Call the library at 631-360-2480 to register for this event.
We are in the News!

Aaron E. Futterman, CPA, Esq. and Felicia Pasculli, Esq. wrote the articles below for the
Suffolk County Bar Association Magazine
"The Suffolk Lawyer"
Check out four of our recent blogs below and click on
"read more"....
Different types of estate proceedings: small estates,...

Upon a person's death, it is important to understand whether an estate proceeding is even necessary in the first place to access the decedent's assets, and if so, which type of proceeding is required. The type of estate proceeding that may be...

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Recovery of damages from Long Island car crash - case...

Car insurance companies are known for trying to undervalue your injuries when you've been in an accident. I had a case a couple of years ago that was published in the New York Law Journal which illustrates this scenario. My client was rear-ended...

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Medicaid trusts may be a better planning option than...

You've lived in your home for decades, and now that you're getting older, it is time to make some difficult decisions with respect to your estate and/or Medicaid planning. You wish to protect your home for your loved ones should you require...

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How can you identify elder fraud? | Futterman, Lanza &...

According to the FBI, criminals target the elderly every year due to their lack of internet savvy, polite demeaner, savings accounts, homeownership, and good credit. Understanding the types of elder fraud may help people identify and protect...

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Recent Event Photos
Barrie E. Bazarsky, Esq. presented about protecting oneself in dangerous situations like car accidents. She offered a personal injury legal perspective.
Thank you to the Case Manager Society of America Long Island Chapter (CMSALI) for inviting us to present to the local case managers at The Residences at Plainview by Chelsea Senior Living.
Nassau County Police Officer Atkins assigned to Homeland Security spoke about protecting yourself in mass emergency situations and how to be more aware of your surroundings.
Recent Law Firm Reviews
We are always happy when Eddie comes to work with Jaclyn Kramer, Esq.
Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli is pleased to support the Atria Glen Cove Grand
Re-Opening this March.
Kimberly Mosscrop, Esq. presented at the Commack branch of the Smithtown Library on Modern Planning with Elder Law, Medicaid and Changes in the Law.

We rejoined the Smithtown Chamber of Commerce and are happy to reacquaint with our local professionals in person.
We visited the Long Island Alzheimer's & Dementia Center and learned more about their support groups, respite care and programming for families.

Michelle Gegwich, LMSW at Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli gave a one credit continuing education program for their social workers in an intimate setting with an interactive format.
Happy Social Work Month!
We thank all the social workers for their dedication, support, guidance, advocacy and all that you do every single day.

We recognize your importance!!