CONSTANTINA KOULOSOUSAS is an attorney specializing in Elder Law and Trusts & Estates with a particular focus on the needs of Greek American families. Ms. Koulosousas works closely with several professionals in the USA and in Greece to offer her clients full service cross-border representation. She acts as representative in the U.S. for her Greek Clients in all legal matters.
Constantina assists her clients with Estate Planning & Administration, Guardianships, Planning for Individuals with Special Needs, including establishing Special Needs Trusts, Asset Preservation, and Probate Litigation. She has served as court-appointed attorney and guardian for disabled individuals. Constantina advises her clients with respect to Medicaid, Social Security and VA matters and assists in the application process for these benefits. She is a Department of Veterans Affairs Accredited Attorney. She advises clients with respect to business structuring and transactions, and business succession planning. She also practices in the areas of Residential and Commercial Real Estate and Healthcare Law.
Constantina is admitted in New York and New Jersey. Constantina received her J.D. from Seton Hall Law School, where she was a member of the Civil Litigation Clinic and a writer for the Health Law Outlook. Constantina graduated cum laude from Fairfield University w/ degrees in International Business and Art History. She interned at the Department of Justice, Office of International Affairs, in Washington, DC.
Constantina is also fluent in Greek.
Specialties: Elder Law, Trusts & Estates, Cross-Border Estate Planning/Administration, Special Needs, Wills, Medicaid Eligibility and Applications, VA Benefits, SSA Benefits, Guardianship, Mental Health Law, Estate Litigation, Long-Term Care Planning, Tax Planning, Fiduciary Services, Advisor to Trustees, Executors, Guardians. Estate Administration, Cross-Border taxation issues; U.S. representative / advisor for international clients.
- 2014 - New Leaders of the New Jersey Bar
- 2015-2017 – Super Lawyers Rising Star
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