Gina-Marie Reitano is an attorney in private practice on Staten Island, New York.
A graduate of Hofstra Law School, where she was an editor of Law Review, Ms. Reitano practices in the areas of matrimonial law, estate law, and guardianship law and litigates in all these areas.
Ms. Reitano is admitted to practice in both New York and New Jersey and several Federal District Courts including the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
Ms. Reitano is a certified fiduciary by the Office of Court Administration, and has recently been sworn in as a Court Examiner by the Appellate Division, Second Department in Kings and Richmond Counties.
The answer is - it depends. It depends on whether or not the debt is secured (like a mortgage)...
This would concern me too. You can go to court for guardianship proceeding to appoint someone ...
Admitted in 1997, U.S. Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit
1986, New York and New Jersey
Class of 1984
St. John's University
Class of 1982
Born in 1962
Brooklyn, New York, April 5, 1962
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