Thursday, October 9, 2014

Medicaid Fraud Letter


Receiving this letter can be a very scary thing. Do not try to handle this alone. By going to an interview without sound legal advice from a professional, you are only making the problem worse. Consult with a Medicaid Fraud Attorney to learn how to work with this type of investigation. Handling this wrong may lead to criminal charges. New York Top Medicaid Fraud Attorney Inna Fershteyn knows how to handle Medicaid Fraud Cases quickly and has never had any of her Medicaid Fraud cases go to criminal court. Protect you and your loved ones,

Call the Law Office of Inna Fershteyn today. (718) 333-2394
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Monday, October 6, 2014

I Received a Letter from the HRA Bureau of Fraud Investigations, What Should I Do?


New York Medicaid Fraud Attorney Inna Fershteyn provides details on Medicaid Fraud and Abuse - what it is, the investigation process, who the investigator is, and what you should do if you become the target of Medicaid fraud investigation and prosecution. 

You may receive a letter from an investigative agency that looks like this:

Do not try to handle this situation on your own. By the time you receive notice of Medicaid Fraud investigation, the investigator has gathered evidence against you. You want to prevent yourself from unintentionally incriminating yourself or unknowingly confessing to a crime. 

Protect yourself and your family from any harsh consequences. The Law Office of Inna Fershteyn and Associates, P.C. is a New York City law firm that represents residents from New York and New Jersey experiencing Medicaid Fraud and any other health care fraud criminal charges.

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Brooklyn, NY 11235
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Friday, September 26, 2014

Domestic Abuse

Every day, the moment we turn on our televisions, the news is filled with headlines of domestic abuse and violence, one after the other. You hear accounts of murder, child negligence and assault against those living in the same home. It has been twenty years since the Violence against Women Act (VAWA) has been passed, and there are still overwhelming instances of spousal abuse in the home.

                Domestic abuse and violence, especially violence against women in America has been a problem that communities and organizations across the board have been trying to combat. Violence in the home, namely spousal abuse does not only occur in the homes of poor people; it affects every one of all incomes. It starts with one incident, and then becomes a circle of violence which is very hard to break.

                This cycle of violence begins with a loss of communication. The abuser starts to get angry and the victim feels as if they are walking on eggshells. This is followed by the actual abuse happening. Afterwards, is the start of the “honeymoon” phase, where the abuser showers the victim with apologies, affection, gifts and promises that they will never be hurt again. Shortly after, begins the loss of communication once more, restarting the cycle.

                Although thought of in the same light, domestic abuse can take other forms. The abuser taking control of finances, always having to know where the victim is, controlling who he/she sees and setting a curfew for their spouse are other precursors to domestic violence.

                A home should be a place where one feels secure; no one should ever have to live in fear of their spouse. New York Top Attorney Inna Fershteyn is a certified mediator who has over 600 hours of experience at the Center for Victim’s Services in Brooklyn. She is certified in Guardianship Proceedings, does Order of Protection if needed, and has experience in Family Law

                If you have any questions, or are seeking help, don’t waste any time. Contact the Law Office of Inna Fershteyn today at 718-333-2394




Monday, September 15, 2014

What is a Guardianship Proceeding?

Silver Alert issued 9/5/14 at 8:31 A.M. NYPD has issued a Silver Alert for the disappearance of John Smith, male, Hispanic, 68 years old, from East 205th Street and Grand Concourse in The Bronx. Mr. Smith suffers from Alzheimer's disease and dementia. He is described as 5'7" tall, 145 lbs., with gray hair. He was last seen wearing a white and green Polo shirt, tan khaki pants and black shoes. A photo is attached. If you see Mr. Smith, please call 9-1-1.

Have you ever seen one of these? Our phones and emails are full of alerts with disappearances of elderly people. They walk out of their apartments and don’t know where they are as they suffer from Alzheimer’s or dementia. Knowing that someone you love is out there and scared because they can no longer function properly can be frustrating and scary for the elderly person and his/her family. If their memory doesn’t work as well as it used to, how can they live from day to day, pay bills, remember to lock the front door? Luckily, there are procedures put in place to allow family to take control of the mentally disabled adult. Such procedures are called Guardianships.

An Adult Guardianship is where a person is chosen by the court to take care of an individual, who is not able to take care of himself. Such responsibilities may include making medical decisions, managing their property, paying bills and deciding where they live. It is the job of the court to decided who is best fit to take care of the person in need, what the guardianships responsibilities are going to be and to take away guardianship rights if the appointed guardian is not doing their job right.

If your loved one suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, it is in every party’s best interest to deal with an attorney who is certified in Article 81 (Adult) Guardianships, such as Attorney Inna Fershteyn, so that the incapacitated adult’s needs can be met as soon as possible by the best person possible. If you are interested in becoming someone’s guardian or have more questions, do not hesitate to meet with New York Top Guardianship Attorney Inna Fershteyn.

Law Office of Inna Fershteyn
(718) 333-2394
1517 Voorhies Ave. Suite 4
Brooklyn, NY 11235

Monday, September 8, 2014

Estate Planning: What is a Living Trust and How Can You Benefit From It?





The Law Office New York Top Estate PlanningAttorney Inna Fershteyn provides details on estate planning, particularly in the area of trusts. What is a living trust and how can you benefit from it?

To avoid making estate planning mistakes, be sure to consult with an experienced attorney to decide which option is best suited for your individual situation.


Protect yourself and your assets from creditors. The Law Office of Inna Fershteyn and Associates, P.C. is a New York City law firm that represents residents from New York and New Jersey who need assistance in estate planning and other planning needs.




Law Office of Inna Fershteyn and Associates, P.C.
1517 Voorhies Avenue, 4 FL
Brooklyn, NY 11235
(718) 333-2394