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Cramer & Anderson Supports United Way Back to School Program

Cramer & Anderson donated $460 this year to the United Way’s Back-to-School initiative for Greater New Milford, continuing a tradition that began in 2002. Contributions from attorneys and staff enabled the firm to donate $100 gift cards to four students in need. The remaining $60 was applied to miscellaneous school supplies. “The 32nd annual Back-to-School […]


National Estate Planning Awareness Week Offers Important Reminder

National Estate Planning Awareness Week, Oct. 17-23 this year, was adopted by the U.S. House of Representatives in 2008 as a way to highlight the importance of estate planning for individuals, families, and business owners. While it’s often noted that more than 50 percent of adult Americans don’t have an estate plan, one new survey


Nursing Facilities Can’t Ask Family, Others to Guarantee Payment

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued a Sept. 8, 2022 reminder to nursing facilities that the Nursing Home Reform Act (NHRA) prohibits them from “requesting or requiring that a third party personally guarantee payment to the facility as a condition of a resident’s admission or continued stay in the facility.” “Nursing homes that participate


Attorney Weinshank Guides Distributions for Notable Foundations

Notable charitable foundations guided by Cramer & Anderson Partner Art Weinshank distributed nearly $200,000 in support so far this year to a wide range of nonprofits and public service organizations—with more assistance still to come. Attorney Weinshank manages the philanthropic legacy of the late Academy Award-nominated actor Richard Widmark as Vice President of The Jean Widmark &


ABLE Disabilities Savings Act Goes Online in Connecticut

The federal Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act, which helps those with disabilities create savings or investment accounts to pay for qualifying expenses tax free, is finally up and running in Connecticut. The ABLE Act was signed into law in 2014, and Connecticut Public Act 15-80 was passed in 2015 to implement the law by

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New Milford Students Win Hank Anderson Memorial Scholarships

New Milford High School graduating seniors Nicole Chodack and Dylan Leddy are the recipients of the first Henry “Hank” Anderson Memorial Scholarship. With Senior Scholarship Night and the Specialty Awards Ceremony cancelled by the coronavirus pandemic, the high school’s 2020 scholarships and awards were announced in a Youtube video that premiered June 9. Cramer & Anderson created the two $500

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