Harriette Steinberg

About Harriette Steinberg

HARRIETTE M. STEINBERG received her Juris Doctor degree from Hofstra University in 1981 and has been admitted to practice before the U. S Supreme Court, Courts of the State of New York, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Southern districts of New York. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association; New York State Woman’s Bar Association; Nassau County Bar Association and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. She is a past Director of the Nassau County Bar Association, where she chaired the Elder Law, Social Services, and Health Advocacy Committee for the 1992 and 1993 terms and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee for 1999 and 2000 terms. Harriette has also served as chair of the General Practice Section of the New York State Bar Association (2007 and 2008 terms).

How to Deal with the Financial Impact of Divorce in Retirement

By | January 16th, 2018|Matrimonial & Family Law|

Research shows that the divorce rate for adults 50 and older has roughly doubled in the last 25 years. These late life

When Staying Together Is Worse For Children Than Divorce

By | January 9th, 2018|Matrimonial & Family Law|

A recent Huffington Post article talked about how you can damage your kids by staying in a bad marriage. The key point

Divorcing Parents’ Holiday Gift to their Children

By | December 6th, 2017|Matrimonial & Family Law|

For divorcing parents and their children, the holidays can be especially stressful because decisions must be made about where and with whom

Planning for Longevity: What It Means for Women

By | November 30th, 2017|Elder Law|

Joe Coughlin, the director of the MIT Age Lab, recently wrote a book, The Longevity Economy, to help companies unlock the world’s

Don’t Let Your Divorce Become a Circus

By | October 26th, 2017|Matrimonial & Family Law|

I recently read about a case involving a couple who litigated their divorce for four years.  While a four-year stretch is not

Why won’t people plan for a health crisis?

By | October 16th, 2017|Elder Law|

Recently, researchers compiled results from over 150 studies from 2011 to 2016 looking at how many individuals had some kind of advance

Choosing Your Divorce Process

By | August 29th, 2017|Post Divorce|

Divorce preparation is as unique as our individual approaches to dealing with the different the stages of life. Some of us just seem to

How Collaborative Divorce Helps Grandparents and Grandchildren

By | August 17th, 2017|Elder Law, Matrimonial & Family Law|

High conflict divorces affect not just spouses and children, but also grandparents and other extended family. Suddenly there are a host of

Taking Control of End of Life Decisions

By | July 26th, 2017|Estates & Trusts|

No one likes to think about death whether it’s their own or a loved one’s. Unfortunately when we don’t have these discussions

Recommended Actions Upon Death or Incapacity

By | June 19th, 2017|Estates & Trusts|

Included below is a brief list of actions which your personal representative and/or Trustee should take immediately upon your death.  (Many of