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The Law Firm of Albert Cohen started with a dream of providing quality legal services, educating the public and giving back to the community.

Since then, Albert Cohen, managing attorney at law, has been living that dream. Established in 2003, the Forest Hills law firm is dedicated to providing highly personalized estate planning service.

“When you visit or call our office, we want you to feel comfortable discussing such an important issue concerning both you and your family,” said Cohen. “We want to arm you with the information you need to make an informed decision about your family’s future.”

Staffed with experienced attorneys and paralegals trained in the complex areas of probate, trust and tax law, each law firm member’s aim is to help clients accomplish estate planning goals and to take the mystery out of the planning process.

“My primary focus is on helping clients avoid probate, minimize or eliminate federal and state estate taxes, and protect their assets from high cost of nursing care, if they become ill,” said Cohen.

Aside from their plans and busy schedule which includes expanding, the Law Firm of Albert Cohen is currently conducting seminars in the community about protecting their assets, avoiding probate and minimizing or eliminating both New York and federal estate taxes.

“The plan of the law firm is to continue to provide educational seminars to the community on estate planning and elder law,” Cohen said.

The Law Firm of Albert Cohen is located at 107-40 Queens Boulevard. To learn more, call 718-275-7779, or visit



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