The Senior Lawyer

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    A publication of the Senior Lawyers Section
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    Fall 2016

    A Message from the Section Chair
    Carole A. Burns

    Feature Articles

    On Seniority: Looking for the Foundation of Youth: Try a Classroom
    Rosemary C. Byrne

    Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts
    Anthony J. Enea

    Senior Lawyers Helping Long Islanders in Need
    Melissa B. Greenberger

    Helping Your Clients Plan for Retirement
    Leslie H. Tayne

    Unwanted Medical Care and Treatment—Things You Can Do to Get Only the Care and Treatment You Want and to Which You Are Entitled
    David C. Leven

    Factors to Consider When Transferring a Residence for Elder Law and Estate Planning Purposes: A Primer
    Anthony J. Enea

    Horseplay: Employee's Fault, Employer's Burden
    James Shovlin

    Checklist for Lawyers' Business Disaster Planning and Recovery
    Law Practice Management Committee, Subcommittee on Law Practice Continuity

    Finders Keeper, Losers Weepers?
    C. Evan Stewart

    Digital Assets in the Real World: Challenges and Opportunities
    Linda Meltzer

    Joining and Navigating the Senior Lawyers Section Community

    The New New York State Estate Tax Regime, a Trap for the Unwary: Proposed Will Language to Save Estate Taxes and Obtain Direct Pecuniary Benefits for Beneficiaries (Santa Clause)
    Paul S. Forster and Laurence Keiser

    Should They Go or Should They Stay? Issue-Spotting for the New York Lawyer Whose Clients May Be Considering a Change in Domicile to Florida
    Joanne Fanizza

    Have We Got It All Wrong? Rethinking the Fabric of Estate Planning
    Avi Z. Kestenbaum and Amy F. Altman

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    The Senior Lawyer features substantive articles for lawyers who are age 55 or older and is published to help with career continuity and career changes. Articles that have appeared in past issues include such topics as value of important papers, estate planning, ethical issues, life settlements and retaining and maintaining closed files. Also included are updates on Section news, committee reports, programs and events. Edited by Willard H. DaSilva, Esq., The Senior Lawyer is published by the Senior Lawyers Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

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