Harold A. Bollaci concentrates his practice on elder law and estate planning. For the past seventeen years Harold has guided his clients through the complexities of estate planning and asset protection with a focus on bloodline planning, probate avoidance and estate tax matters. Harold works with his clients to ensure that their homes and their assets are protected and passed on to the next generation in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible.
Harold’s elder law practice guides clients through Medicaid planning through the use of Medicaid Asset Protection Trusts. This allows clients to plan for home care and institutional care while protecting their assets.
In a recent Queen’s County Surrogate’s Court case, Harold successfully prevailed in having a document which purported to be the Last Will and Testament of a decedent, “knocked out”, thereby allowing the estate to be distributed by intestacy.
Harold is a frequent lecturer on elder law and estate planning. He participates in numerous philanthropic endeavors and currently serves on the Vestry of St. John’s of Lattingtown. Harold is on the Board of the Long Island Farm Sanctuary and was a founding member of the North Shore Rotary Club. He enjoys travel, history, and golf. Harold currently lives in Glen Cove, New York.
State of New York
George Washington University, B.A.
New York Law School, J.D.