Genser Cona Elder Law Named Long Island's #1 Elder Law Firm for 8th Consecutive Year

eTradeWire News/10510147
MELVILLE, N.Y. - Feb. 11, 2019 - eTradeWire -- Elder law and estate planning firm of Genser Cona Elder Law has been named the #1 elder law firm on Long Island by Long Island Business News for the eighth consecutive year.

Genser Cona Elder Law, which recently opened a second office in East Meadow to serve its Nassau County clients, provides thought leadership and legal services to both families and the health care industry, finding innovative strategies and solutions to ensure that older adults receive quality care and have the opportunity to age with grace.

"We are thrilled to once again be recognized by Long Island Business News as #1 and the largest elder law firm on the island," says Genser Cona Elder Law managing partner Jennifer Cona. "The honor is a testament to our team's dedication and commitment to clients, and speaks to the superior level of legal counsel we are able to provide on a consistent basis for New York's growing senior population. Having just celebrated 20 years in business, we pride ourselves on forging relationships with clients throughout multiple generations."

More on eTradeWire News
Genser Cona Elder Law is a well-respected law firm concentrating in the areas of elder law, estate planning, estate administration and litigation, and health care law.  Genser Cona Elder Law takes a holistic approach to elder law, providing support and resources for seniors and caregivers, and maintains long-term, partnering relationships with clients to provide the best solutions for multiple generations.  The firm has been ranked the #1 Elder Law Firm by Long Island Business News for the past eight consecutive years, was honored as "A Firm That Makes a Difference" by the Hauppauge Industrial Association (HIA-LI), and received the 2018 HIA-LI Business Achievement Award.  For additional information, visit www.genserlaw.com.

Media Contact
Vikas Girdhar
vgirdhar@epoch5.com


Source: Genser Cona
stats
Filed Under: Legal

Show All News | Report Violation

0 Comments
1000 characters max.