Anna Latkovskaia, Attorney at Law

Anna Latkovskaia

Elder Law and Estate Planning Lawyer in Brooklyn, NY

ANNA LATKOVSKAIA was born in 1962 in Riga, the Capital of the Latvian Republic. Upon graduation from the Latvian State University, English and Literature Faculty in 1984, she was teaching English at the courses for the adults in Riga. In 1992, she came to the United States and decided to pursue a career in law. After graduating from The New York Paralegal School in 1994, she joined an estate planning law firm as a paralegal. Ms. Latkovskaia then decided to continue her legal education at Brooklyn Law School. She was admitted to the New York State Bar in 2002. Ms. Latkovskaia specializes in Elder Law, Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Asset Protection, Business Incorporations, Family Limited Partnerships (FLPs) and Limited Liability Companies (LLCs). She regularly appears on the live cable television show Ask The Lawyer, the production of the Prayer Channel, and the Russian television shows Telereview and Mesto Vstrechi with Dimitri Poletaev and Marina Levinson, which are broadcast on RTVI and NTV America. In addition she has been a guest lecturer at hospitals and health facilities discussing the importance of estate planning.

Areas of Practice
    Estate Planning
    Medicaid Planning
    Elder Law
    Probate & Estate Administration
    Asset Protection Planning

Bar Admissions
    New York, 2002
    U.S. District Court, 2004

    Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, New York
    Latvian State University, Riga, Latvia
        English Language and Literature - 1984
        Major: B.A.

Professional Associations and Memberships
    New York State Bar Association, Member
    National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Member


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Attorney Anna Latkovskaia at Comptroller Stringer's celebration of the Russian speaking Community

Attorney Anna Latkovskaia at Comptroller Stringer's celebration of the Russian speaking Community

On  June 13, 2017, Comptroller Scott Stringer came to Brighton Beach to celebrate achievements of Russian speaking New Yorkers in business, science, medicine, politics, culture and arts.


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