Long Island Elder Care Legal Services:
Estate Planning, Asset Protection, Medicaid Planning & Life Care Planning
Whether you are just getting started in your estate planning needs, looking to find guidance and support for an elderly parent, or have an urgent need for Medicaid our team of experienced elder law attorneys and care coordinators are here to assist you.
For over 25 years we have been confidently helping clients prepare the right legal documents such as wills, durable powers of attorney, health care proxies, and trusts, plan their estate and develop the appropriate strategies to protect their assets in order to receive the best care possible. For more information, please explore our services to better understand how we can assist you and your family.
Estate Planning is more than simply having a Last Will and Testament. It must also address potential incapacity and probate issues, as well as, the specific circumstances of the client and their beneficiaries. Continue Reading
Ensure you have an estate plan in place for you and your family.
Asset Protection: The Elder Care Protection Plan
If you or your loved one is 60+, now is a good time to plan your legal strategies in the event that you need expensive long-term care.Continue Reading
You may wish to consider an Irrevocable Trust, sometimes called a Medicaid Asset Protection Trust.
Begin the process to create your Elder Care Protection Plan.
If you or your loved one has an immediate need for long-term care – either in the home or in a nursing facility – and you are not yet eligible for Medicaid, there are legal strategies that can help you to receive and pay for the care you need while protecting the greatest amount of assets.Continue Reading
Determine if applying for Medicaid is right for you.
Life Care Planning
Life Care Planning combines asset protection, Medicaid and Care Advocacy. This holistic approach helps families respond to every challenge caused by chronic illness or disability of an elderly loved one.Continue Reading
We ensure that appropriate legal strategies are in place. And we offer a suite of services coordinated by a Geriatric Social Worker that focuses on healthcare, advocacy for the elder and support for the caregivers.
Learn how our team approach can help you and your loved ones.
Coping with the idea of a loved one becoming incapacitated can be overwhelming. But when you’re legally unable to help them manage financial and medical decisions, the worry can make matters even worse.Continue Reading
Avoid the stress and learn how our team can help you.
Probate & Administration of Estates and Trusts
Few moments are more painful in life than the death of a loved one. The compounding emotion and stress are enough, but it's often accompanied by a difficult family discussion about what to do next. The process can be complicated and often more manageable with a knowledgeable attorney's help.Continue Reading
Learn more about how our team can advocate for you.