Farrell Fritz, P.C.
Frank T. Santoro practices trusts and estates law, concentrating in trusts and estates litigation. He represents clients in New York State Surrogate’s Court in probate contests, contested accounting proceedings, discovery proceedings, and other miscellaneous proceedings, and in actions and proceedings in Supreme Court and federal court relating to trusts and estates. He also represents clients in Article 81 Guardianship Proceedings before the Supreme Court.
Frank lectures to numerous organizations on various trusts and estates litigation topics. In 2011 and 2012, he co-presented, Till Death or Divorce Do Us Part, for the Matrimonial INNS of COURT at the Nassau County Bar Association; to the Nassau and Suffolk Academies of Law; to the New York Financial Planners Association, to St. John’s University School of Law and to the Queens Bar Association.
He has also lectured to the Nassau and Suffolk County Bar Associations on the subject of contested accounting proceedings in the Surrogate’s Court and is a contributor to Farrell Fritz’s New York Trusts & Estates Litigation blog.