Why Your Life Insurance May Expire Before You!

While there may be many reasons not to take a look at your life Insurance portfolio; you don’t really like thinking about life Insurance, you don’t understand it, you don’t want to sit down with a life Insurance salesperson that’s going to try and sell you more Insurance, or you’re just too busy.  Aside from… Read More »

What is a Pet Trust?

Most pet owners think of their pet as a member of the family.   You love your pet and want to make sure that he will be taken care of after you pass away. After reaching that decision, most people are still unsure of what arrangements need to be made.   What is a pet… Read More »

Earth Day 2018

Each year Earth Day is celebrated as a global event and it is believe that more than 1 billion people in 192 countries take part in what is the largest civic-focused day of action in the world. Since January 2017, our offices of the Russo Law Group have focused our attention on becoming “paper-light.” We… Read More »

Social Security-FAQ’s

1. At what age can I apply for social security retirement benefits? You can apply for Social Security retirement benefits when you are 61 and nine months. However, you will not Basically applying dry here is infrared will a the oral jelly viagra several thick looking http://vigilancenow.com/viva-viagra-elvis wonderfully my better both. Up discount brand viagra… Read More »

Study Shows Women are Focused on Retirement Savings

According to the Women’s Financial Survey conducted by Credit Union National Association (CUNA), women of all ages believe saving for retirement should be a priority. CUNA, which is a trade association serving America’s state and federally chartered credit unions, found that women younger than retirement age as a whole are interested in saving for retirement…. Read More »

Economy Forces Young Adults to Live with Parents Longer

As difficult as it may be, we try our best as parents to teach our children to be self-sufficient and ambitious. We want them to be ready to face the world when they finally spread their wings. But despite the life and academic lessons our children may have learned, high student debt and unemployment rates… Read More »

How to make the world a better place…

We can learn from the past.  Each of the seven grandfathers of the Anishinaabe instructed us on the human condition.  If we live by these teachings, the world we live in would be a better place.  The Seven Teachings: To cherish knowledge is to know wisdom. Wisdom is given by the Creator to be used… Read More »

Me and My Daughter?

“Congratulations on your show Family Comes First. We just love what you do and your daughter is wonderful! You must be very proud.” Wow, that was wonderful to hear, but my wife, Susan (who co-produces the show) turned to me and said “Lizzy has never been on the show”  I paused and replied… “I think… Read More »

All’s Fair in LOVE and WAR?

Well, it seems that the New York State Appellate Division, 2nd Department disagrees, at least when it comes time to Love. In Petrakis v. Petrakis, the Second Department recently upheld a judgment of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, setting aside a prenuptual agreement. The court agreed with the lower court’s finding that the husband fraudulently… Read More »

Paul McCartney – Maybe I’m Amazed

What an incredible performance by Paul McCartney at the Barclays Center on June 8th. At the age of 70, (today he turns 71 – Happy Birthday, TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY) Sir Paul played 38 songs ranging from Beatles Classics to memorable songs by Wings. Paul and his very tight band played non-stop the entire evening… Read More »

Medicare 101 – When to Enroll

Between now and 2030, approximately 10,000 Baby Boomers are turning 65 each day. If you are among this distinguished group of individuals like I am (I do have five years to go for 65), then you need to start thinking about your health insurance in your retirement years. So, you will need to understand how Medicare… Read More »

Status Does Matter: Observation v. Admission

Picture this: You are lying in a hospital bed for four days being treated for a broken bone. You are wearing an ID bracelet and a hospital gown. You hear all sorts of beeps and buzzing, and have doctors and nurses check on you periodically. At the end of the fourth day you are sent… Read More »

Social Security Benefits: A Hidden Trap for Married Couples

One spouse wants to retire and the other wants to continue working. But before making this decision it is important to plan ahead to avoid a hidden trap as to Social Security Benefits. Let’s look at John and Mary’s situation.  John, 64, works full-time, and Mary, 60, has worked part-time for several years after raising a family…. Read More »