Roman Aminov, Esq. is an estate planning and elder law attorney with an office in Kew Garden Hills and Brooklyn, NY. Having been raised in Forest Hills and Jamaica Estates, Mr. Aminov is involved in the promulgation of civic and communal life in Queens through his long standing and continuous involvement in various non profit organizations. He is a regular columnist in the Chazaq Magazine and the Jewish Home, writing on estate planning and elder law topics. He has also been a guest lecturer for the Orthodox Union on estate planning. Mr. Aminov is also an adjunct professor in the paralegal department of Bramson-Ort, teaching a course in estate planning and estate administration.
Roman Aminov graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Real Estate Development from Baruch College and received his J.D. from St. Johns School of Law, where he focused on trusts and estates. He is licensed to practice in the courts of New York State and has been selected as a Super Lawyer Rising Star in 2016.
Timothy Broschardt oversees many of the Surrogates Court matters for our firm and counsels clients on the rights and obligations as fiduciaries of their respective estates. In addition, Tim assists clients with select estate planning matters. After graduating from SUNY Albany with a degree in Political Science, Tim spent several years working for a member of the New York State Legislature, learning about how the law is made and how it impacts people and businesses. In law school, he continued to devote himself to public service and understanding the function of law in people’s lives, by interning with the Nassau County Attorney’s Office and Catholic Charities. After graduating law school, he spent several years at a small general practice, where he primarily handled various types of civil litigation disputes. Since joining our firm, Tim has distinguished himself as a detail-oriented and personable attorney.
State University of New York at Albany (B.A., 2011), St. John’s University School of Law (J.D., 2016).