She is the co-author of the "Lexis-Nexis Practice Guide: New Jersey Elder Law," initially published in 2008 with annual updates, and is a frequent lecturer and writer on elder law issues. She argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court in the case of In re Keri, a seminal case confirming the validity of Medicaid planning by guardians. Ershow-Levenberg has been recognized annually since 2007 by N.J. Super Lawyers, Inc., for her expertise in her field.
Her practice concentrates in planning as well as litigation in all areas of elder law, including Medicaid applications, guardianships, special needs trusts, Social Security disability appeals, veteran's compensation appeals and estate and trust planning and administration.
Speaking Engagements: NJ/ICLE Elder Law Retreat lecture, April 28-29 2011; NJ Bar Center, New Brunswick - The Medicare-Medicaid Maze, March 3, 2011; Rutgers School of Law, Newark CLE - Elder Law 101, February 25, 2011; Seton Hall Law School - Student Health Law Career Day, October 22, 2010; Medicaid Hot Topics, Sophisticated Elder Law Seminar, ICLE, Oct 20, 2010; Case Law Update, NJ Elder Law Retreat, April 2010. Awards & Recognition: NJ SuperLawyers magazine Cover Feature, "The Compassionate Lawyer"; Obtains reversal of Medicaid denial: Estate of M.M. vs Division of Medical Assistance & Health Services & Union County Board of Social Services, HMA 13911-08, May 2009 and P.K. vs DMAHS; 2008 - 2011 NJ SuperLawyers choice for inclusion in "Top 50 Women Lawyers"; 2007 - 1011, NJ SuperLawyers choice for peer recognition in Elder Law; Appreciation Award - Guardianship Association of New Jersey (GANJI) - For her successful argument before the NJ Supreme Court on behalf of amicus curiae NJ Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys in re Keri, the seminal case on Medicaid planning by Guardians. Publications: Inside the Minds: Best Practices for Long Term Care Planning & Nursing Home Protection - Aspatore Books, March 2011; LexisNexis Practice Guide New Jersey Elder Law 2011; Real Estate Transactions in Elder Law, NJ Lawyer Magazine, August 2010. Employment: Deputy Attorney General, NJ Division of Law, Professional Boards Section (1985-1995); Law Clerk, Hon . Lawrence Lasser (dec'd), Chief Judge, NJ Tax Court (1984-1985).
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