Michael Davidov, Esq., CFP® is a partner in the law firm of Davidov Law Group, P.C. Mr. Davidov's areas of expertise include estate planning, elder law, Medicaid planning, Veterans pension benefits, tax law, trust and estate administration, as well as estate litigation.
Mr. Davidov has represented hundreds of families, creating their estate plans and helping them navigate long-term care and tax issues. An advocate for seniors and their families, executors, trustees, and beneficiaries, Mr. Davidov practices before the Surrogate Court, Supreme Court and before Administrative agencies in matters relating to guardianship proceedings, will contests, fiduciary misconduct actions, accounting proceedings, kinship trials, proving the rights of non-marital children, Medicaid fair hearings and Veteran's benefits eligibility. Mr. Davidov is an accredited attorney with the Veteran's Administration since 2008, and also a Fellow of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys. Adding further to his list of accomplishments, Mr. Davidov holds a designation as a Certified Financial Planning™ Professional.
Recently selected as a "Super Lawyer" to the 2013 New York Metro Rising Stars List, Mr. Davidov has also been honored as a "King of Queens." He regularly lectures and writes on topics relating to elder care law, estate planning and estate litigation. Mr. Davidov also speaks Hebrew and Russian.
Mr. Davidov earned his Juris Doctor degree from CUNY School of Law where he was a member of the New York City Law Review, participated in the Elder Law Clinic, and was a teaching assistant to the trial practice professor. He earned his Bachelor's Degree from Stony Brook University and attended Pace University's CFP® program where he earned his Certified Financial Planning™ Professional designation.
Mr. Davidov lives in Long Island with his wife and four young children. During his free time, he enjoys playing racquetball, traveling, and the outdoors.
New York State Bar
United States Tax Court
United States District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Accredited Attorney
Certified Financial Planning™ Professional
Fellow, American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, New York State Bar Association – Elder Law and Trust & Estate Sections, Queens County Bar Association – Surrogate Court Practice Section, Medicaid Practice Systems, National Care Planning Council
Ilana F. Davidov, Esq. is a founding partner in the firm of the Davidov Law Group, P.C., and has been practicing law for over a decade. Mrs. Davidov’s practice is focused in the areas of Estate Planning, Probate, Estate Administration, Elder Law and Medicaid qualification.
Mrs. Davidov’s varied professional career includes a position as a former Court Attorney for the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division. She has served as counsel to a Long Island firm where she practiced in the areas of estate planning and real estate. Over the years, Mrs. Davidov’s experience has included serving as legal counsel to a title agency and several real estate developers, representing over 25 lending institutions. Today, clients turn to Mrs. Davidov to help preserve their legacies and plan for the future. She is fluent in both Hebrew and Russian.
Mrs. Davidov is a sought after expert in the field and is a regular lecturer to the public and professionals on topics relating to Elder Care Law and Estate Planning. She is member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, and the New York State and Queens County Bar Associations.
Mrs. Davidov obtained her Doctor of Law degree cum laude from Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Queens College in 1996. Ms. Davidov, through her exclusive membership in the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys, takes over 36 hours of Continuing Legal Education in estate planning and taxation each year -- learning the latest techniques in each of her practice areas.
Mrs. Davidov is married to her law practice partner, Michael. She devotes much of her time outside of work raising their four children.
New York State Bar
United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
United States District Court, Southern District of New York
Member, American Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
Medicaid Practice Systems
National Care Planning Council
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