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Anthony J. Enea

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Estate Planning & Probate Attorney in White Plains, NY

Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP
245 Main Street, Suite 500
White Plains, NY 10601
Phone: 914-948-1500
Fax: 914-948-9316
Selected to Super Lawyers: 2007 - 2022
Licensed in New York Since: 1986
Practice Areas: Estate Planning & Probate, Elder Law
Languages Spoken: English, Italian
Attorney Profile

Anthony J. Enea, Esq. is the managing member of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP with offices in White Plains and Somers, New York. For over thirty-five (35) years, Mr. Enea has devoted his practice to educating and protecting the rights of seniors, the disabled and their families from the costs of long term care.

Mr. Enea and his firm concentrate their practice on Elder Law, Wills, Trusts and Estates, Asset Protecting Planning, Special Needs Planning, Medicaid Applications (Nursing Home and Home Care) and Guardianships (contested/non-contested).

He is the author of hundreds of published articles and a frequent lecturer to seniors, the disabled, attorneys, CPAs and financial advisors, with respect to the planning options available to seniors and their rights. For decades Mr. Enea's articles have been published in such publications as the New York State Bar Journal, the Trusts and Estates, Elder Law, General Practice Law and Elder Law Journal for the New York State Bar Association, the Westchester County Business Journal and the Westchester County Bar Journal and Newsletter, and Tax Stringer for the  New York State Society of CPAs.

Mr. Enea has been Certified and Re-certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation as accredited by the American Bar Association*. He is a former member of the Executive Committee of the Trusts and Estates Section of the New York State Bar Association as a Vice-Chair of the Committee on the Elderly and Disabled.

Mr. Enea is the Past Chair of the Elder Law and Special Needs Section of the New York State Bar Association. Mr. Enea is a Past President and a Founding Member of the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). He is also a member of the Council of Advanced Practitioners of NAELA.

Mr. Enea is the President of the Westchester County Bar Foundation and a past President of the Westchester County Bar Association.

Mr. Enea is the Past Chair of the 50+ Section of the New York State Bar Association.

Mr. Enea is the 2018 recipient of the Distinguished Service Award from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, the Dr. Joseph A. Cimino Community Service Award from the Dominican Sisters, and the Honorable Richard J. Daranco Distinguished Service Award from the Columbian Lawyers Association of Westchester County.

Mr. Enea has been selected as a Super Lawyer for the fifteenth consecutive year, and for 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 was selected as a Top 25 Super Lawyer in Westchester County.

Mr. Enea for the eleventh consecutive year has also been selected for inclusion in the "Best Lawyers in America" as an Elder Law Attorney for 2021. For the year 2020, he was the recipient of the award as "Lawyer of the Year" for Elder Law, in 2019 he was "Lawyer of the Year" in Trusts and Estates in White Plains, New York.

Mr. Enea is an "AV" Rated Preeminent Attorney as rated by Martindale-Hubbell.

Mr. Enea is the founder of the Anthony J. Enea Elder Law Scholarship at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University.

Mr. Enea is also fluent in Italian.

*The National Elder Law Foundation is not affiliated with any Governmental authority. Certification is not a requirement for the practice of Law in the State of New York and does not necessarily indicate greater competence than other attorneys experienced in this field of law.

Practice Areas
  • 80%Estate Planning & Probate
  • 20%Elder Law
Focus Areas

Estate Planning, Guardianships & Conservatorships, Living Wills, Power of Attorney, Probate & Estate Administration, Trusts, Wills

Selections

16 Years Super Lawyers
  • Super Lawyers: 2007 - 2022
Anthony Enea, White Plains Elder Law Attorney- Super Lawyers

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About Anthony J. Enea

First Admitted: 1986, New York

Professional Webpage: https://www.esslawfirm.com/attorney/anthony-j-enea/

Honors/Awards

  • Top 25: Westchester County Super Lawyers, Top 25: Westchester County Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters, 2021
  • Trusts & Estates "Lawyer of the Year" in White Plains (Best Lawyers in America)
  • AV-Rated Preeminent Attorney, Martindale Hubbell, since 2002
  • New York Metro Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters, since 2007
  • , Westchester County’s Top 25 Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters, since 2011
  • Super Lawyers list, 2007-2021
  • 28th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America in: Elder Law /Trusts and Estates, 2021
  • AV Preeminent is Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating for superior ethical standards and legal ability., AV-Rated Preeminent Attorney, 2002 - Present, Martindale Hubbell, 2021
  • Best Lawyers 2020, Best Lawyers List
  • New York Metro Super Lawyers, 2020
  • , Top 25: Westchester County Super Lawyers, Top 25: Westchester County Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters, 2020
  • , Westchester County’s Top 25 Super Lawyers (2009-2010, 2013-2015, 2018-2020), Thomson Reuters, 2019
  • AV Preeminent is Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating for superior ethical standards and legal ability., New York Metro Super Lawyers, 2007 - Present, Thomson Reuters, 2019
  • , Best Lawyer, (2012 - Present, Best Lawyers in America, 2019
  • Trusts & Estates "Lawyer of the Year" in White Plains, Best Lawyers in America, 2019
  • AV Preeminent is Martindale-Hubbell’s highest rating for superior ethical standards and legal ability., AV-Rated Preeminent Attorney, 2002 - Present, Martindale Hubbell, 2019
  • , Distinguished Service Award, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, 2018
  • Elder Law "Lawyer of the Year" in White Plains, Best Lawyers in America, 2018 & 2016
  • Dr. Joseph A. Cimino Community Service Award, ArchCare at Home, 2016
  • Honorable Richard J. Daronco Distinguished Service Award, Columbian Lawyers Association of Westchester County, 2016
  • Golden Harvest Corporate Award, Westchester Public/Private Partnership for Aging Services, 2014
  • Westchester County’s Leading Elder Care Attorney, Above the Bar Awards, 2013

Bar/Professional Activity

  • President, Westchester County Bar Foundation, 2017 - Present 
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of New York
  • New York
  • Chair, New York State Bar Association's Senior Lawyers Section, 2019 - Present
  • Member and Past President, Westchester County Bar Association, 2021
  • Fellow, New York Bar Foundation, 2017 - Present
  • Member, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University's Board of Visitors, 2018 - Present
  • Member and Past Chair, Elder Law Section, New York State Bar Association, 2021
  • Member, Estate Planning Council of Westchester County, Inc., 2021
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of New York, 2021
  • Founding Member and Past President, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, New York Chapter, 1987 - Present
  • Charter Member, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, 2021
  • Member, Guardianship Court Advisory Committee, Office of Court Administration for the State of New York, 2021
  • Member and Past Vice-President, Columbian Lawyers Association of Westchester County, 2021
  • Member, Council of Advanced Practitioners, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, 2021
  • Chair, New York State Bar Association's Senior Lawyers Section, 2019 - Present
  • President, Westchester County Bar Foundation, 2017 - Present
  • Fellow, New York Bar Foundation, 2017 - Present
  • Member and Past President, Westchester County Bar Association, 2020
  • Member, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University's Board of Visitors, 2018 - Present
  • Member, Estate Planning Council of Westchester County, Inc., 2020
  • Member and Past Chair, Elder Law Section, New York State Bar Association, 2020
  • Founding Member and Past President, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, New York Chapter, 1987 - Present
  • Member and Past Vice-President, Columbian Lawyers Association of Westchester County, 2020
  • Charter Member, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, 2020
  • U.S. District Court Southern District of New York, 2020
  • Member, Guardianship Court Advisory Committee, Office of Court Administration for the State of New York, 2020
  • Member, Council of Advanced Practitioners, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, 2020
  • Member, Trusts and Estates Section Executive Committee, New York State Bar Association, 2010
  • Past Co-Chair, Elder Law Section Guardianship Committee, New York State Bar Association
  • Board of Ethics, Town of Somers

Pro bono/Community Service

Educational Background

  • B.A., Magna Cum Laude, Manhattan College, Bronx, New York, 1981

Special Licenses/Certifications

  • Certified, Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation as Accredited by the American Bar Association, 2020

Scholarly Lectures/Writings

  • April 2022 - A Little Levity from the Desk of Anthony J. Enea, Author, Has Technology Really Improved the Lives of Lawyers?, Westchester Lawyer Magazine - Westchester County Bar Association, 2022
  • March 2022, Speaker, Planning Considerations for New York's New Medicaid Eligibility Requirements for Long Term Care, Association on Aging in NY, 2022
  • March 2022 CLE , Speaker, What Attorneys Can Do to Plan for Their Professional and Personal Future CLE, Mount Vernon Bar Association , 2022
  • February 2022, Author, Avoiding New York’s Estate Tax Cliff!, Tap Into / Somers Record, 2022
  • February 2022, Speaker, Accountable Aging: Preparing for the Elder Years (also covering Medicaid Home Care and Nursing Home), Hearing Loss Association of America (Westchester Chapter), 2022
  • January 1, 2022, Author, The “Last Call” for Medicaid Homecare Without a Look-Back Period for Transfers has Perhaps Arrived!, New York State Society of CPA's Tax Stringer
  • November 2021 Issue, Author, Understanding the Consequences of Not Having A Last Will & Testament, Westchester Business Journal, 2021
  • Co-presenter for Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients & Planning Options for the Transfer of a Primary Residence, Speaker, Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients & Planning Options for the Transfer of a Primary Residence, Yonkers Lawyer Association, 2021
  • Planning Options for the Transfer of a Primary Residence, Speaker, Planning Options for the Transfer of a Primary Residence, NYSSCPA Fall Conference , 2021
  • Westchester Lawyer Magazine via WCBA, September 2021, Author, 2021 Elder Law and Estate Planning Update, Westchester County Bar Association, 2021
  • CLE- Planning Options for the Transfer of a Primary Residence, Speaker, Planning Options for the Transfer of a Primary Residence - CLE, Lawline, 2021
  • CLE- How to Avoid a Last Will Contest, Speaker, How to Avoid a Last Will Contest - CLE, Lawline, 2021
  • Major Changes to New York’s Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney, Speaker, Major Changes to New York’s Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney, White Plains Bar Association , 2021
  • Factors that Help Determine Whether a Senior Is a Victim of Elder Abuse, Author, Factors that Help Determine Whether a Senior Is a Victim of Elder Abuse, Yorktown News/ TAP Into, 2021
  • CLE- Utilizing Trusts to Avoid the Pitfalls of Probate, Speaker, Utilizing Trusts to Avoid the Pitfalls of Probate - CLE, Port Chester/Rye Bar Association , 2021
  • What Attorneys Can Do to Plan for Their Professional and Personal Future, Speaker, What Attorneys Can Do to Plan for Their Professional and Personal Future, Rockland County Bar Association , 2021
  • CLE Co-Presentation with Henry Montag, CFP, Speaker, Recent Updates in Elder Law CLE, New York County Lawyers Association , 2021
  • CLE, Speaker, CLE- Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients and What Happens When Someone Dies Without a Will?, Lawline, 2021
  • Consequences of denying a loved one’s failing condition, Author, Consequences of denying a loved one’s failing condition, Tap Into / Somers Record, 2021
  • New York State Society of CPAs - Taxstringer (TaxStringer is the NYSSCPA’s online publication containing articles and commentaries related to numerous taxation topics, many written by members who are experts in their field or noteworthy specialists in taxation. It is designed for members, practitioners and other financial professionals, and also includes recent tax updates, news and information about upcoming committee meetings, continuing professional education (CPE) and members who have been influential in the profession. Tax Stringer is a monthly newsletter delivered straight to members’ inboxes and also available online).Read The Tax Stringer, Author, The Decision to Transfer One’s Residence to Loved Ones or a Trust Requires Consideration of Many Factors, New York State Society of CPAs, 2021
  • Topic: Pandemics & Planning: Estate Planning Considerations in a COVID-19 World; National Granite Title Agency 2021, Speaker, Pandemics & Planning: Estate Planning Considerations in a COVID-19 World, National Granite Title Agency, 2021
  • Time to Re-focus on Protecting One’s Home From the Cost of Long Term Care, Author, Time to Re-focus on Protecting One’s Home From the Cost of Long Term Care, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP Website, 2021
  • With co-presenter Lauren C. Enea, Esq., Speaker, Major Changes To New York’s Statutory Short Form Power Of Attorney, ELISABETH HAUB SCHOOL OF LAW AT PACE UNIVERSITY, 2021
  • Major Changes to New York’s Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney, (CLE presentation), Speaker, Major Changes to New York’s Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney (CLE), Mount Vernon Bar Association, 2021
  • Protecting Clients from Financial Elder Abuse and Senior Scams , Speaker, Protecting Clients from Financial Elder Abuse and Senior Scams , Westchester County Bar Association, 2021
  • Westchester Business Journal, Author, Is This an Opportune Time to Gift Your Commercial Real Estate Holdings for Estate and Gift Tax Planning Purposes?, Westchester Business Journal, 2021
  • Pandemics & Planning: Estate Planning Considerations for a COVID-19 World, Speaker, Pandemics & Planning: Estate Planning Considerations for a COVID-19 World, The Manor Club of Pelham, 2021
  • You Don’t Have to be Rich to Have a Trust! By: Anthony J. Enea, Esq., Author, You Don’t Have to be Rich to Have a Trust!, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP Website, 2021
  • NYSBA Journal (Online) www.nysba.org, Author, The Long-Awaited Modifications to the Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney Have Been Enacted, NYSBA, 2021
  • CPE: Estate Planning Essentials in a COVID-19 World, Speaker, Estate Planning Essentials in a COVID-19 World - CLE, New York State Society of CPAs-Westchester Chapter, 2021
  • Article, Author, If Covid-19 Is Not Enough to Motivate You to Get Your Estate and Elder Law Planning and Affairs in Order, What Is?, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP Website, 2020
  • Organization: New Rochelle Bar AssociationDate/Time: November 19, 2020 at 6:00PM (1 hour CLE program)Location: Zoom Webinar Topics: Aging in Place with Medicaid Home Care & Nuts and Bolts of Estate and Financial Planning, Speaker, Aging in Place with Medicaid Home Care & Nuts and Bolts of Estate and Financial Planning - CLE Presentation , New Rochelle Bar Association, 2020
  • Organization: Financial Planning Association of the Greater Hudson ValleyDate/Time: November 18, 2020 at 9:00am (50 minute CE presentation + Q&A)Location: Zoom WebinarTopic: Planning Considerations for New York's New Medicaid Eligibility Requirements, Speaker, Planning Considerations for New York's New Medicaid Eligibility Requirements- CLE Presentation, Financial Planning Association of the Greater Hudson Valley, 2020
  • White Plains Bar Association: Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, Speaker, Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, White Plains Bar Association, 2020
  • Article Author, Author, Seniors and the Disabled Get a Needed Reprieve from the Imposition of the new Penalty and Lookback Period for Community Medicaid, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP Website, 2020
  • Serious changes to the New York Medicaid program will soon affect the ability for seniors to obtain the home care services they need. Join elder law attorney Anthony J. Enea, Esq. for a program highlighting some of the most important changes (set to take effect on October 1, 2020) including the imposition of a look back period for Medicaid Home Care and modifications to the consumer-directed Medicaid program. Learn what steps can be taken now to prepare., Speaker, New Medicaid Eligibility Requirements Create Urgency to Long Term Care Planning, Hudson Valley Estate Planning Counsel, 2020
  • New York State Bar Association, Trust and Estates Law Section Journal- Summer/Fall 2020, Vol. 53, No. 3, Author, New Medicaid Eligibility Rules Make Asset Protection Planning an Urgent Need!, New York State Bar Association, Trust and Estates Law Section Journal, 2020
  • Westchester County Bar Association; Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, Speaker, Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, Westchester County Bar Association, 2020
  • What Impact Will the Pandemic and The Presidential Election Have on Federal and New York Estate Tax Exemptions?, Author, What Impact Will the Pandemic and The Presidential Election Have on Federal and New York Estate Tax Exemptions?, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP Website, 2020
  • CLE: Planning and Pandemics: What Lawyers Should Consider for Both Their Practice and Personal Affairs, Speaker, CLE: Planning and Pandemics: What Lawyers Should Consider for Both Their Practice and Personal Affairs , PACE LAW SCHOOL Alumni , 2020
  • 60 minute CLE Presentation, Speaker, New Medicaid Eligibility Requirements Create Urgency to Long Term Care Planning, CLE Presentation, Mount Vernon Bar Association, 2020
  • Article written 2020, Author, If I Want to Protect My Home For Long Term Care Purposes What Are My Options?, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP Website, 2020
  • Zoom Webinar, Speaker, Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, Westchester County Bar Association, 2020
  • Join us for a webinar, "Estate & Gift Tax Planning That You Should Consider Before the Election," as we discuss the current trending topics: Federal Tax Exemptions Valuation of Assets & Discounts Changes in NY Medicaid planning rule This webinar will be expertly guided by Anthony Enea, from Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP, Heather Oboda, partner at Citrin Cooperman, and Mandeep Trivedi, principal and practice leader of Citrin Cooperman's Valuation Advisory Services Practice., Speaker, Taking Advantage of the Perfect Storm: Estate & Gift Tax Planning That You Should Consider Now, Citrin Cooperman, 2020
  • Article Author, Author, The COVID-19 Pandemic’s Long Term Impact on Assisted Living Facilities and Nursing Homes, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP Website, 2020
  • CLE Presentation, Speaker, Estate Planning and Pandemics: What Lawyers Should Consider for both their Practice and Personal Affairs, CLE Presentation, Pace Law School Alumni Association, 2020
  • Article: New Medicaid Eligibility Rules Make Asset Protection Planning an Urgent Need!, Author, New Medicaid Eligibility Rules Make Asset Protection Planning an Urgent Need!, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP website, 2020
  • Article Author, Author, Pandemics and Planning: Lessons Learned, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP Website, 2020
  • Article Author, Author, What is an ADL and Why is it So Important to Medicaid Home Care Applicants?, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP Website, 2020
  • Article Author, Author, Can I Still Protect My Assets if I Need Long Term Care in the Immediate Future?, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP Website, 2020
  • Zoom event: Pandemics & Planning: Estate Planning Essentials in a COVID-19 World & New Medicaid Eligibility Requirements Create Urgency to Long Term Care Planning, Speaker, Pandemics & Planning: Estate Planning Essentials in a COVID-19 World & New Medicaid Eligibility Requirements Create Urgency to Long Term Care Planning, New York State Society of CPAs-Rockland Chapter, 2020
  • Zoom event on New Medicaid Eligibility Requirements Create Urgency to Long Term Care Planning , 2020., Speaker, New Medicaid Eligibility Requirements Create Urgency to Long Term Care Planning, New York County Lawyers' Association, 2020
  • Author, Why the SECURE Act of 2019 May Not Make You Feel Very Secure, 2019
  • Author, Four Easy to Keep New Year’s Resolutions, 2019
  • Author, When am I Going Home?, 2019
  • Speaker, Financial Planning Issues Impacting your Retirement from the Practice of Law, New York State Bar Association Senior Lawyers Section, 2019
  • Author, Is it Time for You to Have the Long-Term Care Planning Talk with Your Parents?, 2019
  • Speaker, Protecting Clients from Financial Elder Abuse and Senior Scams, Mount Vernon Bar Association, 2019
  • Speaker, Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, New York State Society of CPAs (Rockland Chapter), 2019
  • Author, What is a Pooled Community Trust and How Does it Help Keep New Yorkers in Their Homes?, 2019
  • Speaker, Taking Steps to Ensure Your Estate is Not Contested, New York County Lawyers Association, 2019
  • Author, The Basics of Hospice Care, 2019
  • Author, 2019 Elder Law and Trusts & Estates Update, 2019
  • Speaker, Utilizing a Trust for Elder Law and Estate Planning, Yonkers Lawyers Association, 2019
  • Author, Should a Third Party Special Needs Trust Be Revocable or Irrevocable?, 2019
  • Speaker, Presenter, Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, New York State Society of CPAs Mid-Hudson Chapter, 2019
  • Author, Four New Year’s Resolutions You Can Actually Keep, 2018
  • Author, Factors to Consider When Naming a Health Care Agent, 2019
  • Author, To Gift or Not to Gift: ’Tis the Question for the Season!, Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP website, 2018
  • Author, Think Twice Before Shredding Your Account Statements, 2018
  • Author, Am I Too Young to Have a Last Will and Testament?, 2018
  • Author, Should You Consider a Hybrid Long-Term Care Policy as Part of Your Long-Term Planning?, 2018
  • Speaker , Representing Clients with Diminished Capacity, Yorktown Bar Association, 2018
  • Author, How The Use Of A Revocable Or Irrevocable Trust Can Simplify The Conveyance Of A Second Home Located In Another State Upon Death, 2018
  • Author, Why Tax Reform Makes Long Term Care Planning Even More Important, 2018
  • Speaker, Representing Clients with Diminished Capacity and Taking Steps to Ensure your Estate is Not Contested, Mount Vernon Bar Association, 2018
  • Speaker , Role of Agent, Executor, Trustee and Fiduciary, Port Chester/Rye Bar Association, 2018
  • Speaker , Using Revocable Living Trusts as an Effective Estate Planning and Probate Avoidance Tool, New York State Society Of CPAs (Westchester Chapter), 2018
  • Speaker , Critical Issues Facing Senior Client, Bronx Bar Association, 2018
  • Author, Is it Too Late for Me to Protect My Savings From the Cost of Long Term Care?, 2018
  • Author, Four Ways To Make The Dog Days Of Summer More Productive, 2018
  • Author, How to Minimize Family Conflicts in the Event of Your Incapacity, 2018
  • Author, I Was Told Medicaid Could Take My Home and Life Savings if I Go into a Nursing Home, 2018
  • Speaker, Utilizing a Trust for Your Elder Law and Estate Planning Needs, Mamaroneck/Harrison/Larchmont Bar Association, 2018
  • Author, Honey, I Want You To Have My Rolex When I Die: What Steps Can You Take To Ensure It Actually Happens, 2018
  • Author, Is Medicaid Home Care an Option Available to Me or My Loved Ones?, 2018
  • Speaker, Tax Reform and Long Term Care Planning, Financial Planning Association Of The Greater Hudson Valley, 2018
  • Author, The Importance of Beneficiary and Contingent Beneficiary Designations for IRAs, 401ks, Life Insurance Policies and Annuities, 2017
  • Speaker , Representing Clients with Diminished Capacity, New Rochelle Bar Association, 2017
  • Speaker , What Does President Trump Mean for Estate Taxes and Long Term Care Planning, Mount Vernon Bar Association, 2017
  • Speaker , Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, Yorktown Bar Association, 2017
  • Speaker , Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, Yonkers Lawyers Association, 2017
  • Author, To UMTA or Not to UMTA?, 2017
  • Dementia, Science and the Law, Speaker, Dementia, Science and the Law, Senior Lawyers Section), New York State Bar Association Winter Meeting (Elder Law & Special Needs Section, Senior Lawyers Section), New York State Bar Association Winter Meeting (Elder Law & Special Needs Section, 2017
  • Speaker, Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, Yorktown Bar Association, 2017
  • Impact of Aging Baby Boomers on Our Communities, Speaker, Impact of Aging Baby Boomers on Our Communities , Yorktown Chamber Of Commerce, Yorktown Chamber Of Commerce, 2017
  • Author, Is this the Season for Gifting?, 2017
  • Speaker, Estate Taxes and Long Term Care Planning, Mount Vernon Bar Association, 2017
  • Author, The Rights of a Nursing Home Resident, 2017
  • Speaker , Planning for Children & Grandchildren with Disabilities, Estate Planning Council Of Putnam County, 2017
  • Author, Transfer of a Primary Residence: The Tax and Long Term Care Consequences, 2017
  • Author, Death During a Car Lease Can be Very Expensive!, 2017
  • Author, Factors to Consider When Selecting an Executor, Trustee, or Agent Under a Power of Attorney, 2017
  • Author, How To Avoid Five Common Estate and Elder Law Planning Mistakes, 2017
  • Author, What is an Assisted Living Facility and is it the Right Place for You?, 2017
  • Author, How to Prevent Family Conflicts in the Event of Incapacity, 2017
  • Author, Think Twice Before Discarding Those Account Statements, 2017
  • Speaker , Drafting an Effective Power of Attorney, Bronx Bar Association, 2017
  • Speaker , Utilizing Medicaid Home Care as the First Option, New York State Society Of CPAs - Rockland Chapter, 2017
  • Speaker, Representing Clients with Diminished Capacity, Rockland County Bar Association, 2017
  • Faculty Speaker , Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, Lawline, 2017
  • Speaker, Planning Options for the Transfer of a Primary Residence, New York State Society Of CPAs - Westchester Chapter, 2017
  • Author, Protecting Your Loved Ones and Friends from Elder Abuse, 2017
  • Author, How Will a Trump Administration Impact Estate Taxes and Medicaid Benefits for Long Term Care?, 2016
  • Author, New York’s Proposed Aid-In-Dying Bill: What You Should Know, 2016
  • Author, When Is A Crisis A Medicaid Crisis?, 2016
  • Speaker, Protecting Assets from the Cost of Long-Term Care, New York State Society Of CPAs, Westchester Chapter, 2016
  • Speaker, New York State Bar Association's Senior Lawyers Section Annual Meeting, 2016
  • Speaker, National Association Of Elder Law Attorney’s New York Chapter Annual Meeting, 2016
  • Author, New York’s Medical Aid In Dying Act: What You Should Know, 2016
  • Speaker, Planning Options for the Transfer of a Primary Residence , New York State Society Of CPAs, Rockland Chapter, 2016
  • Author, Should You Have A Third Party SNT For A Disabled Loved One?, 2016
  • Author, Peter Falk’s Law Becomes a Reality in New York, 2016
  • Author, Is A Trust For My Pet A Viable Option?, 2016
  • Author, Is A Do Not Resuscitate Order (DNR) Appropriate For You?, 2016
  • Author, The Treatment and Marshalling of Joint Accounts in an Article 81 Guardianship Proceeding, New York State Bar Association Journal, No. 8, Volume 88, 2016
  • Speaker, Spotting and Preventing Elder Abuse, Society Of Financial Service Professionals, New York City Chapter, 2016
  • Author, The Problems with Probate, 2016
  • Author, Does a Joint Bank Account Automatically Contain a Right of Survivorship?, 2016
  • Author, The NY ABLE ACT: A Primer, 2016
  • Speaker, Critical Issues Facing Senior Clients, Association For Advanced Life Underwriting, 2016
  • Author, A New Chapter In Health Care Decision Making, 2016
  • Author, Not all Powers of Attorney are Created Equally, 2015
  • Speaker, Utilizing Medicaid Homecare as the First Option, Rockland County Bar Association, 2015
  • Westchester County Bar Association Bar Journal, Winter/Spring 2015 (also printed in the Elder and Special Needs Law Journal, New York State Bar Association, Spring 2015 and the Trust and Estates Law Section Newsletter, New York State Bar Association, Summer 2015, Author, Understanding the ‘Undue’ in ‘Undue Influence
  • Speaker, Estate and Long Term Care Planning for Seniors and their Families, The American College, 2015
  • Author, Is America Prepared for an Alzheimer's Crisis?, 2015
  • Speaker, Asset Preservation for Seniors and their Families, New York State Society Of CPAs, Westchester Chapter, 2015
  • Author, Special Needs Trusts: A Primer, New York State Bar Association, No. 1, The Senior Lawyer, Volume 7, 2015
  • Author, Revocable or Irrevocable Trust: Which Trust is Better for Me and My Family?, Westchester Lawyer Magazine, Westchester County Bar Association, Volume 2, No. 2, 2015
  • Author, Warning to Non-Attorneys: Florida Takes Major Step in Preventing the Unauthorized Practice of Elder Law, No. 4, Volume 2, Westchester County Bar Association, 2015
  • Author, Separated But Not Divorced: The Long Term Care Planning Implications, New York Bar Association, General Practice Section Newsletter, 2015
  • Author, Are You Ready for the Elder Years?, The Senior Lawyer, New York State Bar Association, Volume 6, No. 1, 2014
  • Speaker, New York State Bar Association Senior Lawyers Section Annual Meeting, 2014
  • Author, Not the Kind of Discovery You Were Thinking of: A Primer on Discovery Pursuant to Section 213 of the Surrogate’s Court Procedure Act, Westchester County Bar Association Bar Journal, 2014
  • Speaker, New York State Bar Association Elder Law Section Meeting, 2014
  • Author, Factors to Consider When Transferring a Residence for Elder Law and Estate Planning Purposes, Westchester Lawyer Magazine, Westchester County Bar Association, Volume 1, No. 1, 2014
  • Speaker, Asset Preservation for Seniors and their Families, Estate Planning Council Of New York City, 2014
  • Author, Granny Snatchers Beware: New York Adopts Uniform Adult Guardianship Act, The Senior Lawyer, New York State Bar Association, Volume 6, No. 1, 2014
  • Author, The Repeal of DOMA Makes Estate and Long Term Care Planning Critical for Same Sex Married Couples, Westchester County Bar Association Newsletter, 2014
  • Author, The Basics of Business Succession Planning, Elder And Special Needs Law Journal, New York State Bar Association, Volume 23, No. 4, 2013
  • Speaker, New York State Bar Association Elder Law Section Summer Meeting, 2013
  • Author, Utilizing Article 81 Guardianship in New York for Those Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, 2013
  • Author, The Importance of Knowing the Rights of a Nursing Home Resident, 2013
  • Author, The Basics of Business Succession Planning, 2013
  • Author, Why Being Classified Under ‘Observation’ While in a Hospital Means Seniors Pay Thousands More, The Senior Lawyer, New York State Bar Association, Volume 5, No. 1, 2013
  • Author, Revocable Living Trusts The Facts and Fiction, 2013
  • Author, Medicaid Performs Kabuki Dance, Westchester County Bar Association Newsletter, 2012
  • Author, Medicaid Expands Definition of ‘Estate’ for Recovery Purposes, New York State Bar Association, No. 1, The Senior Lawyer, Volume 4, 2012
  • Author, Drafting Special Needs Trusts That Are Tailored to the Needs of the Beneficiary: A Primer, Elder And Special Needs Law Journal, New York State Bar Association, Volume 22, No. 2, 2012
  • Author, Are You Absolutely Sure You Want to Get Married/Re-Married, Westchester County Bar Association Newsletter, 2012
  • Author, The Treatment of Joint Accounts in an Article 81 Guardianship Proceeding, Westchester County Bar Association Newsletter, 2012
  • Author, Medicaid’s Proposed Expanded Definition of ‘Estate’ is Repealed, Westchester County Bar Association Newsletter, 2012
  • Author, The Family Health Care Decision Act: A New Chapter in Health Care Decision Making
  • Author, The Do’s and Don'ts of Administering a Special Needs Trust
  • Author, Protecting the Primary Residence From The Cost Of a Nursing Home In A Post-DRA World
  • Author, The ABCs of SNTs
  • Author, The Rights of a Nursing Home Resident
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  • Frequent Lecturer, Elder Law, Trusts and Estates and Guardianship Programs, Westchester County and New York State Bar Associations
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Office Location for Anthony J. Enea

245 Main Street
Suite 500
White Plains, NY 10601

Phone: 914-948-1500

Fax: 914-948-9316

Last Updated: 4/29/2022

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