The LI Law Podcast
Ep 24: Carl Gerrato and Zehava discuss the results of the Town of Hempstead and Nassau County election held on November 5, 2019.  A Republican revolt or an aberration?

Ep 24: Carl Gerrato and Zehava discuss the results of the Town of Hempstead and Nassau County election held on November 5, 2019.  A Republican revolt or an aberration?

November 13, 2019

Welcome to the LI Law Podcast.  We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners.  The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings.  If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!

Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years.  She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.  If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald and the Beacon newspaper.

Our guest on this special 24th episode is Carl Gerrato, Community Activist for Nassau County Legislative District 8, Trustee of the Franklin Square Public Library, Board Member of the Central Nassau Rotary Club, a Nassau County Corrections Officer and former Volunteer Firefighter, and a 9/11 hero!  Carl was a guest on our show for the 19th and 20th episodes and is back by popular demand.  If you missed those shows, be sure to go back to check them out.

Carl and Zehava discuss the results of the Town of Hempstead and Nassau County election held on November 5, 2019.  A Republican revolt or an aberration?

Contact information for Carl Gerrato:

Telephone: (516) 805-1126 
E-mail: CarlGerrato@gmail.com

Thank you, Carl, and welcome to the podcast!

Please contact us with your general questions or comments at LILawPodcast@gmail.com

W. Zehava Schechter, Esq. specializes in estate planning, administration and litigation; real estate law; and contracts and business law. Her law practice is located on Long Island.

No podcast is a substitute for competent legal advice.  Please consult with the attorney of your choice concerning specific legal questions you may have.

 

Ep 20: Carl Gerrato discusses his experiences as a Nassau County Corrections Officer and suggestions for prison reform, as well as the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund.

Ep 20: Carl Gerrato discusses his experiences as a Nassau County Corrections Officer and suggestions for prison reform, as well as the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund.

November 6, 2019

Welcome to the LI Law Podcast.  We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners.  The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings.  If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!

Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years.  She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.  If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald and the Beacon newspaper.

Our guest on this 20th episode is Carl Gerrato, Community Activist for Nassau County Legislative District 8, which includes Elmont, Franklin Square, and West Hempstead, as well as Town of Hempstead sections of the Villages of Bellerose, Bellerose Terrace, Floral Park, and New Hyde Park and the Village of Stewart Manor.  Carl is also Trustee of the Franklin Square Public Library, Board Member of the Central Nassau Rotary Club, a Nassau County Corrections Officer and former Volunteer Firefighter, and a 9/11 hero!

Carl discusses his experiences as a Nassau County Corrections Officer and suggestions for prison reform, as well as the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund.

Contact information for Carl Gerrato:

Telephone: (516) 805-1126 
E-mail: CarlGerrato@gmail.com

Thank you, Carl, and welcome to the podcast!

Please contact us with your general questions or comments at LILawPodcast@gmail.com

W. Zehava Schechter, Esq. specializes in estate planning, administration and litigation; real estate law; and contracts and business law. Her law practice is located on Long Island.

No podcast is a substitute for competent legal advice.  Please consult with the attorney of your choice concerning specific legal questions you may have.

 

Ep 22: Town of Brookhaven Councilwoman Valerie M. Cartright discusses town issues, initiatives, challenges, and programs.

Ep 22: Town of Brookhaven Councilwoman Valerie M. Cartright discusses town issues, initiatives, challenges, and programs.

October 30, 2019

Welcome to the LI Law Podcast.  We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners.  The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings.  If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!

Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years.  She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.  If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald and the Beacon newspaper.

Our guest on this 22th episode is Town of Brookhaven Councilwoman Valerie M. Cartright. 

Valerie M. Cartright was first elected in 2013 and is currently serving her third term as Councilwoman for Council District One in the Town of Brookhaven. Councilwoman Valerie Cartright has worked to ensure responsible, Smart Growth, Community Based Planning within her district, including the continuing development of various Land Use Plans. She has been a champion of our local environment and secured funding for infrastructure upgrades and water quality programs for our shorelines, harbor and marinas. 

Councilwoman Cartright has upgraded and renovated numerous public parks across her communities and spearheaded the opening of a new passive and historic park in her district. Councilwoman Cartright diligently serves as Town Board Liaison to Environmental Protection, the Town Clerk and Utilities. She continuously works with community groups and residents in her district in an “open-door, collaborative approach” to find solutions. 

She has worked with the community on issues such as housing, crime and drug prevention, and land use and planning. More specifically, she has worked with residents, civics and Stony Brook University to address illegal rental housing in the Stony Brook area, and proposed town code amendments to help address the problem.

Councilwoman Cartright serves as a Committee member of the Association of Towns, an organization that serves New York’s 933 town governments by providing training programs, research and information services, technical assistance, legal services, insurance programs and a variety of publications. The Association represents town governments by providing advocacy in Albany, monitoring legislation and regulatory action, lobbying and presenting initiatives solely on behalf of towns.

Councilwoman Cartright received her Juris Doctorate from Touro College Jacob D. Fuschberg Law Center in Suffolk County, after receiving her undergraduate degree in International Studies from West Virginia University. During her legal career, she has earned numerous awards for academic excellence, and contributions and service to the law school and legal community. 

For the past sixteen years, Ms. Cartright has served as a tireless and community-conscious advocate and attorney, focusing primarily in the areas of civil rights and criminal defense. She regularly serves as a Panelist or Guest Lecturer for Bar Association events, speaking on various legal issues and at various community organization events speaking on community issues.

In addition to serving as Councilwoman, Ms. Cartright presently serves as an Adjunct Instructor at St. Joseph's College in Patchogue, Long Island, in the Human Services Management and Leadership Graduate Master's Program, teaching Leadership, Law and Ethics in Human Services course.

Councilwoman Cartright takes great pride in being of Haitian descent. She is happily married with a beautiful daughter, considers herself a devout Christian and feels blessed to be a Breast Cancer Survivor.

Contact information for Town of Brookhaven Councilwoman Valerie M. Cartright:

1 Independence Hill
Farmingville, NY 11738
p (631) 451-6963
f (631) 451-6447  
E-mail: CouncilwomanCartright@brookhavenny.gov

Thank you, Councilwoman Cartright, and welcome to the podcast!

Please contact us with your general questions or comments at LILawPodcast@gmail.com

W. Zehava Schechter, Esq. specializes in estate planning, administration and litigation; real estate law; and contracts and business law. Her law practice is located on Long Island.

No podcast is a substitute for competent legal advice.  Please consult with the attorney of your choice concerning specific legal questions you may have.

 

Ep 19: Carl Gerrato and Zehava Schechter discuss the TOH and NC Candidate Forum held on October 10, 2019 at the Franklin Square Public Library.

Ep 19: Carl Gerrato and Zehava Schechter discuss the TOH and NC Candidate Forum held on October 10, 2019 at the Franklin Square Public Library.

October 23, 2019

Welcome to the LI Law Podcast.  We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners.  The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings.  If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!

Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years.  She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.  If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald and the Beacon newspaper.

Our guest on this 19th episode is Carl Gerrato, Community Activist for Nassau County Legislative District 8, which includes Elmont, Franklin Square, and West Hempstead, as well as Town of Hempstead sections of the Villages of Bellerose, Bellerose Terrace, Floral Park, and New Hyde Park and the Village of Stewart Manor.  Carl is also Trustee of the Franklin Square Public Library, Board Member of the Central Nassau Rotary Club, a Nassau County Corrections Officer and former Volunteer Firefighter, and a 9/11 hero!

Carl and Zehava discuss the Candidate Forum held on October 10, 2019 at the Franklin Square Public Library – the candidates who attended (and who did not show up), the issues they discussed, and what is at stake for residents of the Town of Hempstead and Nassau County.  Election Day is Tuesday, November 5, 2019.  Be sure to vote!

Contact information for Carl Gerrato:

Telephone: (516) 805-1126 
E-mail: CarlGerrato@gmail.com

Thank you, Carl, and welcome to the podcast!

Please contact us with your general questions or comments at LILawPodcast@gmail.com

W. Zehava Schechter, Esq. specializes in estate planning, administration and litigation; real estate law; and contracts and business law. Her law practice is located on Long Island.

No podcast is a substitute for competent legal advice.  Please consult with the attorney of your choice concerning specific legal questions you may have.

 

 

Ep 18: Lisa Albinowski talks about property tax grievance, SALT, and current Nassau and Suffolk home values and sales.

Ep 18: Lisa Albinowski talks about property tax grievance, SALT, and current Nassau and Suffolk home values and sales.

October 16, 2019

Welcome to the LI Law Podcast.  We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners.  The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings.  If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!

Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years.  She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.  If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald and the Beacon newspaper.

Our guest on this 18th episode is Lisa Albinowski, New York State Licensed Associate Broker and Seniors Real Estate Specialist with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Lisa offers Resources for Empty Nesters, Boomers, Seniors and their families, as well as First Time Homebuyers.

Lisa holds several Real Estate Designations:

  • SRES: Seniors Real Estate Specialist – Lisa consults with Seniors and their families to make sure there is a plan in place prior to putting the house on the market for sale, offering many resources to assist seniors and their families through the transition.
  • CBR: Certified Buyers Representative- Representing buyers in a Real Estate transaction.
  • RSSP: Real Estate Short Sale Professional – Expert in working with clients selling or buying. SRS: Seller’s Representation Specialist – Marketing Residential Real Estate to get it SOLD!

Lisa can be reached on 631.793.7329 or email her at Lisa@lisabroker.com

Thank you, Lisa, and welcome to the podcast!

If you missed Episode 6 when Lisa was also guest, you will want to hear that informative and interesting episode.

Please contact us with your general questions or comments at LILawPodcast@gmail.com

No podcast is a substitute for competent legal advice.  Please consult with the attorney of your choice concerning specific legal questions you may have.

Ep 17: Elan E. Weinreb, Esq. tell us why arbitration and mediation are better options than litigation to resolve disputes.

Ep 17: Elan E. Weinreb, Esq. tell us why arbitration and mediation are better options than litigation to resolve disputes.

October 10, 2019

Welcome to the LI Law Podcast.  We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners.  The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings.  If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!

Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years.  She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.  If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald and the Beacon newspaper.

Our guest on this 17th episode is Elan E. Weinreb, Esq., a creative and insightful civil litigator, mediator, and arbitrator who has represented domestic and international clients as both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal court cases involving diverse and complex fields of law and has extensive experience in the use of technology in litigation.  He has also served as a third-party neutral in mediations and both individually and as a panelist in arbitrations.  A magna cum laude and Order of the Coif 2002 graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, from 2000 through 2002, Mr. Weinreb served on the Cardozo Law Review, where he developed an interest in the use of computer technology in litigation and published a student Note on the use of computer animations and simulations in the courtroom.

He then joined Kaye Scholer LLP, a prestigious midtown Manhattan law firm, which merged with Arnold & Porter several years ago to become Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer, LLP, and had the honor and privilege of representing many clients in multimillion-dollar commercial and product liability litigations.  Seeking more control and responsibility over his own cases, in June 2009, Mr. Weinreb joined Katlowitz & Associates as Senior Associate and Head of Litigation, and in July 2012, he was promoted to Counsel.  

At the start of 2014, Mr. Weinreb left Katlowitz & Associates to pursue his life-long dream of establishing The Weinreb Law Firm, PLLC ("TWLF"), a solo civil dispute resolution practice located out of Garden City on Long Island.  From 2015 through 2016, he successfully completed comprehensive training in commercial arbitration offered by the New York State Bar Association ("NYSBA"), mediation training offered by the New York Center for Interpersonal Development, and advanced NYSBA commercial mediation training.  In April 2019, he served as a faculty member in the same advanced NYSBA commercial mediation training that he attended as a student three years before and simultaneously became a Part 146 New York County Supreme Court Commercial Division mediator.  Most recently, in September 2019, he was appointed co-Chair of the New York County Lawyers Association’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee. 

Elan Weinreb’s office is located at 1225 Franklin Avenue – Suite 325, Garden City, NY 11530, and he can be contacted at (516) 620-9716 or eweinreb@weinreblaw.com

Thank you, Elan, and welcome to the podcast!

Please contact us with your general questions or comments at LILawPodcast@gmail.com

Zehava Schechter, Esq. specializes in estate planning, administration and litigation; real estate law; and contracts and business law. Her law practice is located on Long Island and New York City.

No podcast is a substitute for competent legal advice.  Please consult with the attorney of your choice concerning specific legal questions you may have.

 

Ep 16: Felicia Telep talks about Mammography without prescriptions and $45 mammograms throughout October.

Ep 16: Felicia Telep talks about Mammography without prescriptions and $45 mammograms throughout October.

October 2, 2019

Welcome to the LI Law Podcast.  We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners.  The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings.  If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!

Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years.  She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.  If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald and the Beacon newspaper.

Our guest on this 16th episode is Felicia Telep, one of the owners of Pure Mammography in Lake Grove, New York.

Here is Felicia Telep’s contact information:

Pure Mammography

570 Smith Haven Mall

Lake Grove, NY 11755

631-652-3424

Thank you, Felicia, and welcome to the podcast!

Please contact us with your general questions or comments at LILawPodcast@gmail.com

W. Zehava Schechter, Esq. specializes in estate planning, administration and litigation; real estate law; and contracts and business law. Her law practice is located on Long Island and New York City.

No podcast is a substitute for competent legal advice.  Please consult with the attorney of your choice concerning specific legal questions you may have.

Ep 15: Demar Tyson speaks about incarceration, re-entry into society, and his paradigm shift.

Ep 15: Demar Tyson speaks about incarceration, re-entry into society, and his paradigm shift.

September 25, 2019

Welcome to the LI Law Podcast.  We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners.  The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings.  If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!

Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years.  She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.  If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald and the Beacon newspaper.

Our guest on this 15th episode is Demar Tyson, Publisher of the Urban Life News Magazine, clothing designer, and licensed barber in Baldwin, New York.

Demar Tyson has been incarcerated four times at the Nassau County Correctional Facility, serving a combined 16 years in upstate and federal facilities starting at the age of 16. Tyson’s most recent term of incarceration was in a federal facility for a period of 52 months. These experiences have afforded him a deeper knowledge and insight into the criminal justice system and its impact on inmates and their families. 

It was during this last term of incarceration that Demar began to realize that he had a greater purpose. Rather than self-loathe or succumb to the negativity around him, Demar became focused on improving his circumstances by way of motivational speaking and self-empowerment. Tyson firmly believed that “As a man Thinketh in his Heart, so is he,” which comes from his favorite book by James Allen. The book laid the seeds for a paradigm shift and has become a part of Demar’s lifestyle and daily mantra. 

From these experiences came the birth of URBAN LIFE NEWS MAGAZINE in 2014, a platform of expression and education, insight and motivation. This one articulate and dope publication combines Hip Hop - Street Culture and refined living. The Past, Present and The Future of Hip Hop Culture show-CASED tells the greatest truth. Dropping jewels and giving education through flash back pictures of neighborhood stars and legendary hustles, keeping listeners informed of the latest laws with legal essays and briefs which provide insight into Hip Hop Street culture and ultimately, reform.

Demar hopes to inspire currently and formerly incarcerated persons and has worked with the Nassau County District Attorney’s office on matters involving re-entry into society of gang members as well as advising juveniles detained by the system.  He is married with 2 children.

Here is Demar Tyson’s contact information:

Urban Life News Magazine:

www.urbanlifenewsmagazine.com

Instgram: @Urbanlifenewsmag

Facebook: urban life news magazine

Twitter: @urbanlifenews  

Youtube: Urban Life News Magazine

 

Clothing Line: Paperwork Good, apparel. @paperwork_palace

 

Private Barbershop: @kitchen_chair 2270 Grand Avenue, Baldwin, New York 11510

Telephone: (516) 588-0007  By Appointment Only.

 

Thank you, Demar, and welcome to the podcast!

 

Please contact us with your general questions or comments at LILawPodcast@gmail.com

 

W. Zehava Schechter, Esq. specializes in estate planning, administration and litigation; real estate law; and contracts and business law. Her law practice is located on Long Island and New York City.

 

No podcast is a substitute for competent legal advice.  Please consult with the attorney of your choice concerning specific legal questions you may have.

 

Ep 14: Daniel A. Johnston, Esq. talks about red light tickets, plea deals and sentencing, and attorney-judge interactions.

Ep 14: Daniel A. Johnston, Esq. talks about red light tickets, plea deals and sentencing, and attorney-judge interactions.

September 18, 2019

Welcome to the LI Law Podcast.  We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners.  The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings.  If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!

Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years.  She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.  If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald and the Beacon newspaper.

Our guest on this 14th episode is Daniel A. Johnston, Esq., an attorney specializing in Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, and Business and Consumer Litigation. Dan’s motto is “Call me when you’re arrested, injured, or ripped off.”  Dan was a guest on our show for the 4th episode and is back by popular demand.  If you missed that show, be sure to go back to check it out.

Dan is a former prosecutor in the Nassau County District Attorney’s office who has also handled civil litigation defense matters in large NYC firms.  Dan’s practice focuses on helping individuals and small businesses when it matters most (mostly criminal defense and plaintiff's side civil litigation).

Here is Dan Johnston’s contact information:

Daniel A. Johnston, Esq.

Principal Attorney

Johnston Law LLC

332 Willis Avenue

Mineola, NY 11501

Tel: (516) 388-7611

Fax: (516) 706-3836

JohnstonLawNY.com

dan@johnstonlawny.com

Thank you, Dan, and welcome to the podcast!

Please contact us with your general questions or comments at LILawPodcast@gmail.com

W. Zehava Schechter, Esq. specializes in estate planning, administration and litigation; real estate law; and contracts and business law. Her law practice is located on Long Island and New York City.

No podcast is a substitute for competent legal advice.  Please consult with the attorney of your choice concerning specific legal questions you may have.

Ep 13: Part 2 of 2: Rabbi Susan Elkodsi speaks about the security measures in houses of worship, the repeal of the religious exemption from measles vaccination, heath care proxies, and more.

Ep 13: Part 2 of 2: Rabbi Susan Elkodsi speaks about the security measures in houses of worship, the repeal of the religious exemption from measles vaccination, heath care proxies, and more.

September 11, 2019

Welcome to the LI Law Podcast.  We feature legal issues and developments which affect Long Island residents and business owners.  The podcast focuses on Long Island law topics and includes greater New York court and legislative happenings.  If you are one of the approximate 8 million residents of Long Island (Nassau, Suffolk, Queens, and Kings counties), or want to enjoy all law-related matters on Long Island, this podcast is for you!

Your host, Zehava Schechter, is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar for 30 years.  She concentrates her private practice in estate planning, administration, and litigation; real estate law; contracts, and business formation and dissolution.  If you like this podcast, you may want to look for Zehava’s monthly articles in the Malverne/West Hempstead Herald and the Beacon newspaper.

Our guest on this 13th episode is Rabbi Susan Elkodsi, who serves as the spiritual leader of the Malverne Jewish Center since August, 2015.  This is Part 2 of our discussion with Rabbi Elkodsi, who will speak with us about how security measures have changed in religious institutional settings as a result of increased gun violence, the repeal of the religious exception for the Measles vaccination in New York, and issues involving end-of-life health care.

Rabbi Elkodsi received ordination from the Academy for Jewish Religion, Yonkers, NY, which is the first pluralistic rabbinical and cantorial seminary in the United States. Prior to ordination in May, 2015, Rabbi Elkodsi served pulpits in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.  

Rabbi Elkodsi works to help Baby Boomers and older adults find meaning and purpose in their lives with the context of Jewish tradition and teachings, and as part of a Jewish community, in whatever way each individual sees him or herself.  Recently, she completed a Certificate in Gerontology and Palliative Care from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University.

Contact information for Rabbi Susan Elkodsi:

Malverne Jewish Center

One Norwood Avenue

Malverne, New York 11565

Tel: 516.593.6364

E-mail: MalverneJewishCenter@gmail.com

Malverne Jewish Center

 
 

Thank you, Rabbi Elkodsi, and welcome to the podcast!

Please contact us with your general questions or comments at LILawPodcast@gmail.com

W. Zehava Schechter, Esq. specializes in estate planning, administration and litigation; real estate law; and contracts and business law. Her law practice is located on Long Island.

No podcast is a substitute for competent legal advice.  Please consult with the attorney of your choice concerning specific legal questions you may have.