CAS is happy to announce a new member benefit with the introduction of Michael J. Brescia, P.C., Attorney and Counselor at Law. Mr. Brescia is based here on Long Island in Smithtown and specializes in Elder Law, Estate Planning, Asset Protection Planning, Wills and Trusts, Probate Proceedings, Trust and Estate Administration, Trust and Estate Litigation, Guardianships, Real Estate Transactions, Corporate and Business Law. Initial consultations are free and Mr. Brescia offers a 20% discount to all Council of Administrators and Supervisors [CAS] members.
In addition to discounted services, Mr. Brescia also presents free workshops exclusive to CAS members discussing elder law and estate planning issues. If your unit is interested in a workshop, or if you would like to consider his services, please feel free to contact him at:
50 Route 111, Suite 218
Smithtown, New York 11787
Additional information may be found at www.
More about Michael J. Brescia, P.C.
Mr. Brescia was born in Smithtown, New York and subsequent to graduating from Providence College in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Finance; he attended New England School of Law and earned his Juris Doctorate in 2001. Mr. Brescia is admitted to practice before the courts of the State of New York, the District of Columbia and the United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Mr. Brescia is also an active member of the Nassau County, Suffolk County, New York State Bar Associations.
Prior to establishing The Law Office of Michael J. Brescia, P.C., Mr. Brescia was an Associate Attorney at Troy & Troy, P.C., Brosnan & Hegler, LLP and Vincent J. Russo & Associates, P.C. During this time he had the opportunity to gain a wealth of knowledge, while continually increasing his desire to have his own practice.
After practicing law for over a decade Michael J. Brescia, Esq. has represented clients in General and Sophisticated Estate Planning; Elder Law Planning; Probate Proceedings; Trust and Estate Administration; Trust and Estate Litigation; Article 81 Guardianship Matters; Business Succession Planning; Taxation; Commercial and Residential Real Estate Transactions and Real Estate Litigation.
Mr. Brescia is also frequently appointed by the (1) Surrogate’s Court of the State of New York as a guardian ad litem to represent infants and persons under a disability in Surrogate’s Court proceedings; and (2) Supreme Court of the State of New York as a court evaluator in Article 81 Guardianship proceedings.