James T. Meyer – Jim’s practice areas include Trusts & Estates, Elder Law, Real Estate, Business Law and Litigation. He has been an Arbitrator with the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) since 1994 and represents clients in Securities Industry Arbitrations at the NASD and New York Stock Exchange. Jim has authored more than 150 legal articles for his weekly column in the Putnam County Press and has lectured on all facets of his practice areas. Jim’s professional and community service includes service as President of the Putnam County Bar Association, President of the Estate Planning Council of Putnam County, President of the Greater Chappaqua Chamber of Commerce and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Putnam Arts Council. Jim graduated from Brooklyn Law School in 1989.
Matthew S. Spencer – Matt received his JD from Pepperdine University School of Law in 1991. His primary practice areas include Real Estate, Trusts & Estates, which includes the use of estate planning tools such as Wills, Revocable Living Trusts, Health Care Proxies, Living Wills and a Power of Attorney. Matt also handles Probate and Administration and Guardianship matters. His Elder Law practice includes Medicaid Planning, Medicaid Applications and Asset Protection. Matt is currently serving as the Village Prosecutor for the Village of Elmsford. Matt has lectured for the Pace University School of Law Land Use Law Center’s continuing legal education program. Matt’s clients have included the Westchester County Public Administrator. His professional and community service includes service as President of the Greater Chappaqua Chamber of Commerce, President of Business Network International’s Advanced Networkers Chapter and coaching youth sports with the Irvington Recreation Department and with the Catholic Youth Organization.