Mr Kaplan graduated from Brooklyn College in 1958,
and New York University School Of Law in 1961. Mr. Kaplan is licensed to practice Law in New York and Florida.
Mr. Kaplan is listed in Who’s Who In American Law, and is a member of the Nassau County Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association and the Florida Bar Association.
Mr. Kaplan pays special attention to serving and protecting seniors, resolving disputes among family members, and aggressively litigating on their behalf if an amicable resolution can not be achieved.
Leadership in Community and World Affairs:
Mr. Kaplan has been widely active in community affairs, on a local level as well as internationally.
B’nai B’rith: Mr. Kaplan has been active for many years in B’nai B’rith International, and served as President of B’nai B’rith International over a four year period.
Woodward Children’s Center: Mr, Kaplan currently sits on the board of the Woodward Children’s Center for Emotionally Challenged Children, in Freeport,
Hempstead Town: Mr. Kaplan is a former chairman of the Hempstead Town Public Employment Relations Board and former candidate for the New York State Senate.
Court-appointed representative: Mr. Kaplan has served as a Court-appointed Representative, Receiver, Conservator, Guardian, and Evaluator, and as an attorney for allegedly incapacitated persons in various matters.
Nassau County Bar Association: Mr. Kaplan has lectured at the Nassau County Bar Association on the trial of guardianship proceedings.
Mr. Kaplan also has extensive experience in the matrimonial field, handling matters of divorce, child support, visitation, and spousal support. He is the author of “Don’t Divorce Your Matrimonial Clients”, The Nassau Lawyer, November 1972.