Queens Medicaid Planning Attorney
At the law offices of Gross & Levin, L.L.P., we do not believe that Medicaid planning equals planning to avoid responsibility for one's own long-term care. Rather, we recommend Medicaid planning as part of a comprehensive plan for later years. You may consult with a financial planner or real estate professional concerning your projected future needs. Likewise, we recommend that you discuss Medicaid planning with an attorney.
Contact Gross & Levin, L.L.P., to schedule a consultation regarding legal steps you can take to protect the assets of a care-giving spouse. Special needs trusts and other legal tools can be put into place long before nursing home care becomes a reality for an elderly or disabled family member.
Gross & Levin, L.L.P., has been serving generations of Queens area individuals, couples and families in estate planning matters since the firm's establishment in 1911. We are, in fact, the oldest continually practicing law firm in Queens.
From the days of typewriters and carbon paper, to our present day of voice mail, high-speed Internet, and wireless connections, Gross & Levin, L.L.P., has always worked to keep clients well informed and educated regarding legal concerns such as estate planning. As our community has grown and changed over the years, we have adapted our law practice to continue meeting its needs.
We are well prepared to advise you on Medicaid planning and other aspects of estate planning. Gifts and prepaid funeral expenses are examples of approaches to legal and financial planning—including Medicaid planning—that are well worth discussing with an experienced attorney.
Contact us to schedule a consultation.