Suzan Herskowitz was raised in The Bronx, New York. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington and Texas Tech University School of Law. Ms. Herskowitz has been focusing in wills, trusts, powers of attorney, medical directives, business formation and elder law for more than 25 years and is licensed in Virginia, West Virginia, Florida and Texas. I was a resident of Frederick County, Virginia from 2000 until February 2013 when I moved to the Historic District of the City of Winchester, Virginia.
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Suzan D. Herskowitz, P.L .L .C.
2400 Valley Avenue, Suite 16
Winchester, VA 22601
Wills, trusts, powers of attorney, medical directives, business formation and elder law.
Licensed to practice in Virginia, West Virginia, Florida and Texas.
From the Blog
Suzan recently was a guest blogger for ALPS, writing on the subject of work-life balance as a lawyer. You can check it out here: https://blog.alpsnet.com/how-to-find-balance-insights-from-a-solo-practitioner
Unless you are accompanying a child who is trick-or-treating, in some Virginia localities if you are over the age of 12, you are in violation of the law if you trick-or-treat! This could mean a fine or jail time. While I cannot find any local ordinances for Winchester/Frederick County/Clarke County making trick-or-treat a violation of […]
It happened again today, as it does just about every week. Someone called and needed to be seen today because a parent was having a health crisis. I had to tell this adult child that I didn’t have any openings for the rest of the week. While it’s good for me that business is good, […]
Bill Gates is investing $50 million of his personal funds for research into Alzheimer’s treatments. Many news sources have been posting articles about this recently. I saw something about it on the news yesterday also. I wanted to give you the link to Gate’s personal blog in which he explains why he is going to […]
I am honored to have been asked to be a guest blogger for Clutter Troops Professional Organizers. The blog post is one I’ve posted before but frankly, it is worth reading again. In this post, I wrote about cleaning out my father’s own home after his death and the sheer amount of “stuff” that had […]
There’s a new phone scam targeting seniors and it focuses on Social Security. Scammers have long been calling about our alleged IRS deficiencies. Now they are calling to inform you that you are entitled to a cost of living increase. The scammer then asks you to update your personal information, including your name, date of […]
I will be on The Valley Today The River 95.3 radio this coming Monday, August 14th @12:30 p.m. Host Janet Michael and I have known each other for years so this interview should be interesting. I hope you tune in. You can Listen Live Here. Monday, August 14, 2017 @12:30 p.m.
I am republishing an article from Kaiser Health News which focuses on the problems with many nursing homes. This is not meant to vilify all nursing facilities. It is just meant to put a light on some of the issues that we face as our population ages and needs more institutional care. At the risk […]
January 1, 2017, Virginia Code § 64.2-308.1, et seq. changed. This law concerns the surviving spouse’s elective share of his or her deceased spouse’s estate. Under the prior law, a spouse who died either intestate or who didn’t leave his or her spouse property (disinheritance), had a right to claim an elective share of the […]
Approximately 57 million senior citizens and disabled Americans are currently enrolled in Medicare. I remind people that Medicare is health insurance for seniors and disabled Americans (as opposed to Medicaid, which is for a different purpose). There is a great deal of talk that repeal of Obamacare will occur within the first 100 days of the […]