COVID 19 Update from McAnaney & McAnaney
We’re here for you.
Whether by phone, email, or video conferencing, we’re available for all of your estate planning needs and concerns.
Powers of Attorney, Health Care Proxies, and Living Wills are vital at this time. We recommend that you secure these documents and make sure that your loved ones know where they are and are able to access them. If you’re unable to locate them, call us so we can get copies to you as soon as possible, if they are on file with our office. If you do not have such documents in place, contact us so that we can work out a solution for you. We will do everything possible to allow your estate planning documents to be executed despite the current situation.
We are still handling all probate matters for our clients, including administering estates and conservator appointments, since the probate courts are still open. Contact us if we can be of assistance to you in this regard.
McAnaney & McAnaney
Counselors at Law
68 Bridge Street, Suite 219
Suffield, Connecticut 06078
New York Office:
395 North Service Road
Melville, New York 11747
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Our firm started in 1903 when the first Edward G. McAnaney began his practice of law in Yonkers, New York. His practice focused on real estate and probate law. Eventually, he was joined by his son, Joseph E. McAnaney who continued the practice in the same areas of law. Subsequently, Joseph McAnaney continued to practice in Yonkers, New York and was joined by his son, Edward G. McAnaney who continues the practice of his father and grandfather in Connecticut and New York today.
Edward G. McAnaney admitted in New York 1903 - 1955 Joseph E. McAnaney admitted in New York 1947 - 1995
Edward G. McAnaney admitted in Connecticut and New York