Alber Law Group, LLP
We help clients protect their assets and family legacy for today and tomorrow.
Alber Law Group LLP, a law firm in Commack, New York, is committed to providing superior legal service and compassionate communication with clients at reasonable rates in the areas real estate, estate planning and administration, Medicaid, elder law, business and contract law, as well as probate and administration. The firm was founded by its current managing partner, Ronald T. Alber Jr., in 2005 and remains a leader in client service.
You need to work with a caring lawyer firm to help you through important moments in your life, such as the birth or marriage of a child, the purchase or sale of a home, the loss of a loved person, or a disability.
Our firm can assist you with:
Estate Planning Matters
Last Will and Testament
Trusts: Revocable and irrevocable
Long Term Care Planning / Medicaid
Proxy for Health Care
Power of Attorney
Probate and Estate Administration
Application and eligibility for Medicaid
Real Estate (residential, commercial)
Private & institutional loan financing transactions
Formation of LLCs and Corporations
Creation, purchase and sale of a business
Business Succession Planning
Real Estate litigation
Alber Law Group, LLP
5036 Jericho Turnpike #305Commack New York 11725United States
Commack ( KOH-mak) is a hamlet and census designated place (CDP) that roughly corresponds to the hamlet by the same name in the towns of Huntington and Smithtown in Suffolk County, on Long Island, in New York, United States, on Long Island. The CDP's population was 36,124 at the 2010 census. == History == The name "Commack" comes from the Secatogue Native American Tribe who lived on the South Shore of Long Island between Copiague and Bayport. The Secatogue named their northern lands in the center of the island Winnecomac which means "pleasant lands." The name may have been inspired because of the towns flat lands with rich soil, and thick oak forests abounding with plants and wildlife. From its earliest days, Commack or originally spelled as Comac was known for its fertile soil which made it the perfect land for farming.
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