Albert Goodwin, Esq. graduated from Hofstra University School of Law in 2007. He has since focused his practice on high-stakes and high net-worth estate litigation, mostly in New York City and the surrounding areas, focusing on the areas of contested wills, trusts and estates, as well as the related areas of guardianship, and Medicaid. He defends executors and protects beneficiaries in high-stakes contested estate litigation matters such as will contests, contested estate accountings, proceedings to disqualify or remove an executor or trustee, spousal elective share and claims against an estate. He also helps clients probate estates, making sure they are closed as quickly and efficiently as possible. On the transactional side, he assists people with devising and implementing defensive estate plans with built-in protection against will contests, IRS and Medicaid claims and other potential complications. He defends clients against allegations of Medicaid fraud. He helps clients apply for guardianship and defends clients against guardianships.
Katrina P. Borra, Esq. graduated from NYU School of Law in 2008. She was admitted to practice in New York in 2015. She clerked for the New York Civil Court and published articles in prestigious legal publications. She is an attorney who is experienced high-stakes and high net-worth inheritance litigation, as well as wills, trusts and estates and has a record of client satisfaction and excellence.