Reviews For Buffalo & Rochester, NY Nursing Homes

How To Find The Best Nursing Homes In Buffalo & Rochester, NY You can compare Buffalo and Rochester, New York nursing homes at Medicare’s website: http://www.medicare.gov/nursinghomecompare/search.html. Enter the city or zip code in the search box. A list of three New York nursing homes at a time will appear for you to compare. The Centers…

What Is Required In Buffalo, New York For Admission Into An Enhanced Assisted Living Facility?

A Buffalo, New York, enhanced assisted living facility must meet the following requirements to admit residents: Assessment by a qualified person 30 days prior to admission; Medical evaluation within 30 days of admission, when there is change in the resident’s condition, and once every 12 months thereafter; Recording of information on significant medical history and…

What Is Considered An Assisted Living Residence In Buffalo, NY?

Assisted living residences (ALR) are the fastest growing form of residential housing for U.S. senior citizens. 30,000 ALRs house almost 750,000 residents. The New York Assisted Living Reform Act (ALRA) defines an ALR as “an entity which provides or arranges for housing, on site monitoring, and personal care services and/or home care services (either directly…

Seminar: How NY Real Estate Investors Can Avoid Probate & Estate Taxes

“How NY Real Estate Investors Can Avoid Probate & Estate Taxes” will be presented by Robert Friedman of Friedman & Ranzenhofer, PC Attorneys at the Buffalo Investors & Exchangors Group meeting on October 21, 2014 at 7:00 PM at the Millennium Hotel, 2040 Walden Avenue, Cheektowaga, NY. Drawing on over 35 years of estate planning…

Seminar – FOURTEEN WAYS TO PRESERVE YOUR ASSETS WITH THE NY MEDICAID LAWS

This seminar will be presented at the Clarence Senior Center,4600 Thompson Rd, Clarence, New York on Monday, September 8, 2014 at 1:30 pm. Speakers are Robert Friedman, Attorney of Friedman & Ranzenhofer, P.C .and Jeff Vastola, CLU of M&T Securities. Learn how to preserve your assets and plan for incapacity with powers of attorney, health…

When Should I Update My New York Will?

The following events may require you to update your New York will so that it is coordinated with your other estate planning documents and non-probate assets. This will ensure that your wishes are carried out. There is a major change in your assets or financial status, such as the purchase or sale of real estate.…

NY Power of Attorney Checklist

AGENTS ACT SEPARATELY: If you designate more than one agent ,they must act together unless you initial the statement that they may act separately. The POWER OF ATTORNEY DOES NOT REVOKE any Powers of Attorney previously executed unless you so state under “Modifications”. GRANT OF AUTHORITY: You may grant authority to your agent(s) with respect…

NY Executor Surcharged $630,000 for Selling Home Below Value

The owner of a Brooklyn, New York brownstone building died in 2009. The executor of her will sold the property to a personal acquaintance in 2011 for $670,000. Three days later, the purchaser sold the property for $1.3 million. A date of death appraisal valued the property in 2009 at $800,000. The assessed value was…