MELVILLE, NEW YORK, JANUARY 11th, 2023: Tully Law Group, P.C. is proud to announce the addition of three new partners to the firm. This news represents Tully Law Group’s expansion within the Long Island marketplace to provide legal services focusing on Elder Care & Estate Planning.
The new partners are a combination of one attorney promotion within the firm, Amy N. Latuga, and two new attorneys who commenced their tenure this month, Joanne M. Hawthorne and Robert M. D’Angelillo.
Amy N. Latuga – Amy has been promoted to Partner and has been a valued attorney at Tully Law Group since 2013. She has been serving clients of the firm as Senior Associate and Director of Planning within the firm. She represents clients in the areas of estate planning, Medicaid eligibility, asset protection and special needs planning. Her tenure with the firm has proven to be successful and has earned her great respect from the firm’s clients and colleagues.
Joanne M. Hawthorne - Joanne has joined Tully Law Group as a Partner in our Riverhead office. For over 20 years Joanne has been practicing law focusing on Estate Planning, Probate and Guardianship. She has been selected by the prestigious New York Metro Super Lawyers and named to their Estate Planning and Probate lists since 2020.
Robert M. D’Angelillo - Robert joined the firm as a Partner in our Melville office. Robert has been practicing Trusts & Estates and Elder Law for 30 years. Throughout his career, Robert has conducted informational estate planning and elder care seminars for community groups, assisted living facilities, veteran clinics and special needs organizations, providing guidance to help families protect the most assets and obtain the best care possible.
“Naming these three outstanding lawyers as partners is a great honor for me and Tully Law Group” said Brian A. Tully, managing partner and founder. “They all have impressive careers that help strengthen the firm’s reputation of providing exceptional legal counsel within the Elder Law and Trusts & Estates practice areas.”