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NYC elder law attorneys specially trained can help you protect your home in the event of illness and dispose of your assets upon your death, with a minimum of taxes and problems. New York Elder law lawyers address the needs of each individual for long-term care and powers of attorney based on their unique situation in Suffolk, Nassau, and surrounding New York counties. We also help New York including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island. Florida dual residents protect their assets in New York and Florida.

How Do I Get Quality, Affordable Long-Term Care for My Spouse or Parent in Nassau County, Suffolk County, and New York City, NY?

You care about your loved one and want them to have the best possible care. If you are like most families, the cost of care comes as a tremendous shock. The healthcare that’s needed is often unaffordable over the long run. Your best strategy depends on the health of your loved one, whether they need care today or in the future, their financial resources, and other factors in Nassau, Suffolk, and surrounding New York counties. As your elder law attorney in NYC, our law firm is uniquely qualified to provide you with solutions.

From questions about coordinating care in the community to finding a quality New York nursing home, our elder care attorneys are here for you. We can guide you through all the financial and healthcare decision-making issues which need to be addressed in the future.

We have experienced New York elder law attorneys whom experts rely on. Healthcare professionals, such as hospital discharge planners, and legal and financial professionals, such as our attorney colleagues, accountants, and financial planners, rely on us to help their clients in these areas. Let us become your elder law attorneys – Your Family’s Peace of Mind Law Firm.

How Can I Protect My Home from New York Medicaid and Nursing Home Bills?

Your primary residence has unique protections under Medicaid, but there are also traps for the unwary, such as New York Medicaid estate recovery. These protections are multiplied if a spouse or a child with special needs lives with you. Even if this is not the case, there are many ways our Nassau County and Suffolk County elder law attorneys will work on your behalf to save your home in the state of New York.

What Kind of Advance Planning Can I Do in New York?

Although many people come to us in crisis, the sooner they seek advice from an elder law attorney, the better off they will be. For example, the New York Medicaid eligibility rules keep getting tighter, and the laws favor those with time to plan. Also, for clients who are both healthy enough to purchase long-term care insurance and afford the premiums, this kind of insurance is an increasingly attractive option. We can advise you on long-term care insurance in New York, as well.

However, even in a crisis, it’s never too late to help a client, even after they’ve entered a nursing home. As NYC elder law attorneys, we can help make sure your loved one enters a quality nursing home and implement a plan to pay the nursing home bills without losing all of your loved one’s assets.

How Can Our NYC Elder Law Attorneys Help You?

We don’t want to waste your time and money. Why take time out of your busy life to meet with us if we can’t help you with long-term care and New York Medicaid eligibility? Instead, we encourage you to call us to review your situation over the phone, at no charge, to see if a meeting makes sense. You will know before you meet with us or incur costs if an elder law attorney on our team can help.

Russo Law Group, P.C. helps you and your loved ones handle estate planning, elder law, special needs planning, Medicaid planning, trust & estate, guardianship, small business planning, and real estate law. We welcome you to contact our Garden City, Lido Beach, or Islandia, New York law offices to learn more about how we can help address your elder law legal needs. We can also visit your home and offer virtual meetings for convenience.

If you have questions or concerns about elder law issues, including long-term care and New York Medicaid eligibility in Long Island and New York City communities, please don’t hesitate to contact the elder law attorneys with Russo Law Group, P.C.

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