Dennis DeAngelis

24 Woodbine Avenue, Suite 16, Northport, New York, 11768​

Email: dennis@deangelisatty.com
Tel:  631-754-4470

 

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Dennis DeAngelis attended college at St. John’s University where he was a member of the Independent
Studies (honors) Program. He graduated in 1973 with a B.A. degree. He then attended St. John’s University
School of Law graduating in 1976 with a J.D. degree. He was admitted to practice law in Florida in
November 1976 and New York in February 1977. He was a founding member of a prominent Nassau
County, New York Law firm where he served as the managing partner and head of the Real Estate and
Estate departments. He has lectured on real estate and authored articles on real estate for professional
journals. He has served as counsel to title insurance agencies and represented other attorneys and judges in real estate and estate matters

About

REAL ESTATE

 

Whether you are purchasing or selling a one family home, condominium or Cooperative Unit, multi-family residence, commercial or industrial property, has extensive experience in all phases of real estate transactions, including 1031 exchanges, Reasonable fees and personal attention are assured. Dennis will be available to guide you through the entire truncation. The fee you are quoted is the fee you will pay. All usual services are covered including: the important meeting to review the contract, review of closing costs, title review and clearance, boundary line issues, obtaining mortgage payoffs, attendance and the closing, post-closing follow up. For an all inclusive guide on buying Real Estate, Click Here

ESTATE ADMINISTRATION OR PROBATE

 

The loss of a loved one is always a traumatic event. It should not be complicated by needless stress in winding up their affairs. Dennis has extensive experience with Estate Probate (dying with a Will or Administration (where there is no Will). Unlike most attorneys, the legal fee is based on the work to be done not the value of the estate. This can save the family thousands of dollars.

NEW BUSINESSES, CORPORATIONS, LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES (LLC),
PARTNERSHIPS
 
Buying or Selling a business, starting a new business or making changes to
the ownership of an on going business requires experienced counsel. Shareholder/Partnership
Agreements memorialize the parties’ agreements and provide for succession on death, disability
and retirement.
TRUSTS
 
There are many kind of Trusts that can be used for many different purposes, such as:
eliminate probate, shelter assets from creditors including Medicaid, provide for a ‘special needs’
person or young children. This is a very complex area of the law and there is plenty of
misinformation in the community and in social media. It is important to discuss your concerns
with an experienced professional.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Areas of Practice

ESSENTIAL DOCUMENTS
 
Wills, Living Wills, Powers of Attorney and Health Care Proxies.
 
WILL:
 
This document controls the disposition of your assets on your death. It speaks only at
the time of your death and can be revoked or changed at any time prior to your death. Every
person should have one even if all assets are in joint names (for after acquired property and
possible death actions). It can also be used to reduce estate taxes and appoint guardians
for minor children.
 
LIVING WILL:
 
Similar to a Health care proxy, but it applies only to life support situations. It
is the declaration of YOUR wishes in this important area. By executing this document you
eliminate the need for family members to make these decisions.
 
POWER OF ATTORNEY:
 
Appoints a person (your Agent or Attorney in Fact) to act on your
behalf to manage your property in the event you are unavailable or unable to do so yourself.
Although it goes into effect immediately, by retaining possession of the document you can limit
its use until it is needed.
 
 
HEALTH CARE PROXY:
 
Appoints a person to make medical decisions for you in the
event you are unable to do so. It goes into effect only when you cannot act for yourself. You are
permitted to make your desires known by including them in the document. It can be considered a
medical power of attorney. It allows your agent to change medications or doctors, authorize
operations or other medical care.
 
 
 
 
 

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