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Rothenberg Law Offices, PLLC

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Estate Planning

Estate Planning

By planning your estate, you allow for the orderly transfer of your assets to your selected heirs, t...

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Estate & Trust Admin

Estate & Trust Administration

When a person passes away, it may be necessary to commence an estate proceeding in the Surrogate’s C...

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Estate & Trust Challenges

Estate & Trust Challenges

Have you been disinherited by your parent under a new will being offered by a sibling for probate? W...

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Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy

Are you getting crushed by debt? Are you only making minimum payments and still falling behind? Is y...

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About Bruce A. Rothenberg, Esq. & The Rothenberg Law Offices, PLLC

Mr. Rothenberg has been practicing law on Long Island since 1991. He has been practicing through the Rothenberg Law Offices, PLLC since 2003, when it became more advantageous to use a Limited Liability Company as a business entity. During nearly thirty years of practice on Long Island, Mr. Rothenberg has focused on three principal areas of practice: Estate Planning and Administration; Bankruptcy; and Real Estate Transactions. Within these areas, Mr. Rothenberg has experience with corporate and commercial transactions, commercial and residential leasing and taxation issues.

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Facial Recognition an Invasion of Privacy

Where has our privacy gone and is using facial recognition software really a problem

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Can We Now Persecute People of Religion

Religious People can Discriminate Against Those Who Violate the Religion's Moral Beliefs. Can Those Who are Discriminated Against by Religions, then Discriminate Against Those of Religious Faith?

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