On Wednesday, October 28, Westchester elder law attorneys Anthony J. Enea and Sara E. Meyers of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP will lecture on retirement planning at the New York State Bar Association's (NYSBA) 2015 Fall Meeting of the Senior Lawyers Section.
The meeting will mark the latest speaking engagement for Mr. Enea and Ms. Meyers, both highly regarded for their expertise, integrity and fierce commitment to the protection of the rights of seniors, the disabled and their families. The program covers the legal, financial, estate tax and long-term care planning implications for prospective retirees. Mr. Enea, who will lecture on Social Security retirement benefits as well as on the basics of annuities and life insurance benefits, also serves as the Program and CLE Committee Chair.
Named Westchester County's Leading Elder Care Attorney at the Above the Bar Awards, Mr. Enea is the past chair of the NYSBA's Elder Law Section. His practice areas include elder law; Medicaid planning and applications; special needs planning; wills, trusts and estates; guardianships and estate litigation. He was named Best Lawyers' 2016 Elder Law "Lawyer of the Year" in White Plains, a Top 25 "Super Lawyer" in Westchester County, and is currently president of the Westchester County Bar Foundation.
An authority on Medicaid and special needs planning, Ms. Meyers will lecture on Medicaid and long-term care issues relevant to IRAs, retirement plans, annuities and life insurance benefits.
Named a "Super Lawyer" for the New York Metro region, Ms. Meyers' practice areas include elder law; home health care; Medicaid planning; wills, trusts and estates; and guardianships. She is the immediate past chair of the Westchester County Bar Association's Elder Law Committee. A frequent lecturer for both the WCBA and NYSBA, Ms. Meyers is also an editor of the Westchester County Bar Journal and the NYSBA Elder Law Section's Elder and Special Needs Law Journal.