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Stephanie M. Reilly Keating

Stephanie M. Reilly Keating

Esq. CPA

Estate Planning, Elder Law
Attorney and Probate
Member of the Nassau County Estate Planning Council.

Stephanie M. Keating is a partner in our Estate Planning, Probate and Real Estate Groups. Ms. Keating is a member of the New York and New Jersey Bar. She represents clients in New York and New Jersey in a variety of estate planning transactions drafting estate planning documents which best suit the needs of her clients, including Wills, Trusts, Health Care Proxies/Living Wills, and Powers of Attorney. She also handles the Probate and Estate Administration of estates in both New York and New Jersey, including managing probates and the preparation of the Estate Tax Return.

She represents clients on Long Island and New York City in a variety of real estate transactions, including residential closings, commercial lending, commercial leasing, commercial sales acquisitions, and represents Condominiums.

Ms. Keating is a member of the American Bar Association, and New York State Bar Association, where she is a member of the Real Property and Trust and Estates sections. She is also a member of the Nassau County Bar Association and is a member of the Surrogates Court Estates and Trust Committee, and the Nassau County Women’s Bar Association. In addition, Ms. Keating is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant, is a member of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, and served as a co-chairman of and is a member of the Estate and Financial Planning Committee. Ms. Keating is also a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), an organization dedicated to providing education and quality legal services, for people as they age and those with disabilities.

She earned her undergraduate in Accounting from Fairfield University, and she earned her law degree from St. John’s University School of Law. Ms. Keating has lectured on Estate and Tax Planning issues and has published articles on various matters. She has co-authored the tax section of the treatise entitled Elder Law and Guardianships in New York.