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Webinar: What is the difference between a Health Care Proxy and a Living Will? Do I need both?

August 26, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Topic: What is the difference between a Health Care Proxy and a Living Will? Do I need both?
Time: Aug 12, 2021 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Deanna M. Eble, Esq. & Tommaso Marasco, Esq.
welcome you to their upcoming webinar on
“What is the difference between a Health Care Proxy & Living Will?
Do I Need Both?”
A common misunderstanding in the world of estate planning is the distinction between a Health Care Proxy and Living Will in New York – or whether there is any distinction at all. Both documents are essential from a planning standpoint, but each has unique features and objectives. Join us during this presentation as we discuss the purpose of these advance health care directives and the importance of proper planning. Having these documents in place can save you and your loved ones unnecessary pain and suffering, and ensure that you remain in control of your own health care decisions.




Deanna Eble

Presenter: Deanna M. Eble, Esq., Partner

Deanna is a Partner at Russo Law Group, P.C. of Garden City, Islandia, Lido Beach and Manhattan, New York. She focuses on Elder Law, Estate Planning, Special Needs Planning and Medicaid Planning, and has practiced in these areas for more than fifteen years. Deanna is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Nassau County Bar Association, Nassau County Women’s Bar Association, Elder Counsel and is admitted to the New York Bar. She earned her law degree at Hofstra University School of Law. Deanna frequently presents seminars on Elder Law and Estate Planning throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties.



  • Associate at Russo Law Group, P.C.
  • Practice Areas Include:
  • Estate Planning and Real Estate
  • Bar Memberships:
  • New York State Bar, Nassau County Bar, New York City Bar Association & American Bar Association
  • Committee Member of United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Suffolk



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