Herskowitz Singerís practice focuses on estate planning (wills,
trusts, probate, living wills, powers of attorney), elder law,
guardianship, business and tax planning. Ms. Singer counsels clients
about the use of Revocable Living Trusts, Charitable Trusts, Special
Needs Trusts, Advance Directives and other methods of wealth
distribution, as well as Medicaid Planning. She also assists clients
with the formation and maintenance of corporations, limited liability
companies and partnerships. In all instances, taxation issues are
monitored for maximum advantage.
Prior to Martin & Seibert, L.C., Ms. Singer was a
sole practitioner focusing on estate planning, probate, real estate and
business planning. She has also been a law librarian at Nova
Southeastern University School of Law; the owner of a company
computerized legal research for other attorneys; a professor at a
two-year junior college; and editor for a publisher of self-help legal
Ms. Singer is a member of the National Academy of
Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. and is on the Planned Giving Committee of the
Gateway Foundation, a subsidiary of Gateway Regional Health System, Inc.
She is also a director for Helping Hands Across Virginia, Inc.
Ms. Singer is the author of a number of books,
including a textbook published by Prentice Hall in 2001 entitled Wills,
Trusts and Estates. Her other books are Wills For Florida; Legal
Research Made Easy, 1st , 2nd and 3rd editions;
and Child Support Collection. Legal Research Made Easy was
recommended by Library Journal and highly recommended by the
National Association of Legal Assistantsí Facts and Findings.
In 1995, portions of the book were translated into Russian for the
American Legal Consortium.
Ms. Singer was featured on WACV, a Montgomery,
Alabama radio show, on The Phil Grade Show, WTMY - 1280 AM, Sarasota,
Florida and Tampaís FOX affiliate, Channel 13. Ms. Singer was profiled
in The Palm Beach Post and The Stuart (Florida) News. She
was featured in an article on trusts in Investorís Business Daily
and in The Miami Herald on three separate occasions.
Texas 1986; Florida 1990; West
Bronx, New York
University of Texas at Arlington
(B.S. Political Science 1982); Texas Tech University School of
Law (J.D. 1986)