Albert Goodwin, Esq. is a successful Long Island estate attorney. He is dedicated to administering estates and complex estate litigation matters. He is frequently involved in estates with issues in validating its assets, such as companies, artwork and real estate. Mr. Goodwin offers his services to the court as a court evaluator and fiduciary.
He is also experienced in pre-emptive measures to protect estates, such as guardianships to prevent older people from giving away their estate and medicaid litigation and planning to preserve assets for generations to come.
He practices before Nassau County and Suffolk County Surrogate’s Courts and Supreme Courts. He is admitted to the Federal Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York. He is a member of the American Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association, in which he is a member of the estate law section.
He has been invited as a Judge in Moot Court Competitions, appeared on radio shows and lectured for The Wall Street Journal’s Smart Money expert series. He is experienced in practicing in Long Island courts and is on top of the latest legal developments in the field of estate law. Mr. Gurevich has authored many articles on Estate law and is a lecturer on the topic.
He received his J.D. in Long Island, from Hofstra University School of Law.