Saratoga Springs Office

100 West Avenue
Saratoga SpringsNY12866
(518) 581-8441

Johnstown Office

122 West Main Street
(518) 736-2408

Elizabeth Marcuccio


  • Cum Laude Graduate, May 1990
    Albany Law School
    Juris Doctor
  • Honors Graduate, May 1982
    Rochester Institute of Technology
    Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Professional Licenses

  • January 1991 - Admitted to New York State Bar
  • since 1985 -Certified Public Accountant, New York State

Legal Experience (Employment)

  • May 2012 - Present - Rodriguez & Doern, PLLC
    Of Counsel. Focus of practice is Estate Planning and Administration
  • 1990 - 2012 - King, Adang & Arpey Of Counsel.

Accounting Experience (Employment)

  • 1985 - 1987 - Saratoga Hospital, Saratoga Springs, NY
  • 1984 - 1985 - Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co, Albany, NY
    Tax Specialist
  • 1982 - 1984 - Ernst & Whinney, Rochester, NY

Teaching Experience (Employment)

  • Siena College, Loudonville, New York,  2004 - Present
    Associate Professor of Business Law
    Courses include Estate Planning, Business Law and Accounting
  • SUNY Albany, Albany, New York, 2003 
    Adjunct Faculty for Intermediate Accounting
  • Adirondack Community College, Queensbury, NY, 1989-1984,1999, 2002-2004
    Adjunct Faculty for Business Law and Business Ethics


  • Ethical Intervention during the College Years, Mustang Journal of Business and Ethics, 2, 150-161. Marcuccio, et el  Marcuccio, et al. (2011).
  • Hazing on College Campuses: Who is Liable? North East Journal of Legal Studies, 26, 26-41. Marcuccio, E.A. and McCollum, J.P. (2011).
  • The CPA Exam Content Specifications: Missed Opportunity to Incorporate Academic Advice and Guidance for Candidates, CPA Journal LXXX(4), 61-65. Stokes, Marcuccio, et al. (2010).
  • The Impact of the Elimination of the Estate Tax, Franklin Business & Law Journal. (1) 14-19 Marcuccio, E.A. and Smith, W.P. (2010).
  • Possession, Perfection and Priority in a Fraudulent Environment, North East Journal of Legal. Studies, 21, 43-54.  Marcuccio, et al. (2009).
  • Power of Attorney--Power to Abuse? The Need for Reform, North East Journal of Legal Studies. 19, 46-60. Marcuccio, et al. (2008).
  • The Conflicting Rights of Creditors and Beneficiaries in a Decedent’s Estate: An Examination of the Laws of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, North East Journal of Legal Studies, 17, 1-13. Marcuccio. E.A. and Kukol, A.B. (2007).
  • Creditors’ Claims—Do They Die With the Debtor? New York State Bar Journal, 78 (2) 18-20. Marcuccio. E.A. and Kukol, A.B. (2006).

Professional Organizations

  • New York State Bar Association
    Member of the Trusts & Estates, Elder Law and Business Law sections
  • North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business
    President, April 2012 – Present
  • Academy of Legal Studies in Business

Community Organizations

  • Saratoga Abundant Life Church, Trustee, 2006 - Present
  • Legacy Society of Saratoga Hospital, Member, 2004 - Present

What's Being Said...

  • We want to give you our heartfelt thanks for the good job you did for [our daughter]. We won not just because the facts were on our side-but mostly because the Judge appreciates that you are a perfect gentleman (not a heavy hitter).
    - Joan and Jim
  • I want to express our sincere thanks to you for being an outstanding attorney and for representing us for the duration of our 5 year chapter 13 payment plan. We very much appreciated having you stand by us for such a long period and being there for us in our times of need. We were blessed to have the privilege of being acquainted with your law firm.
    -Chapter 13 clients Philip & Connie
  • I wanted to thank you for your very professional help. You made the process much less emotionally painful for both me and my husband. The bankruptcy was certainly the best option for us. We have come out the other side with a release of all the stress we were feeling. We are also getting back on our feet financially.
    - Dawn
  • A million thanks for everything. It must feel good to know how much you are helping people!
    - Claudia
  • Thank you for all of your words and understanding during my emotional tears throughout the roller coaster ride that wasn't letting me off. It was because of your hard work and dedication to my case that has finally stopped the roller coaster and has allowed me a fresh start. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.
    – Mike and Deb
  • Please accept my note to say thank you for saving my property, I appreciate everything your office has done for me.
    – Chapter 13 client, John B.
  • Thank you for all your help with my financial situation. I am starting to finally feel some relief. I would highly recommend you to any future clients.
    - Lynn
  • I am thankful and appreciate your professionalism and kindness through all our meetings. You took a horrible situation for me and made it a manageable one. I will always remember both you and your staff for all the help you extended to me.
    - Chapter 7 client, Sharon S.
  • Ms. Smith completed her client satisfaction questionnaire. She was very happy with your service and her interaction with your staff. I wanted to pass this along to remind you how much we, and the people you help, appreciate you and your office. Thank you.
    - A letter from the Legal Aid Society

We are a debt relief agency proudly assisting persons file for bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code. We serve clients in Fulton County, Montgomery County, Saratoga County, Warren, Washington, Albany, Rensselaer, Essex and Hamilton Counties