New York Elder Law Lawyers

Devoted to New York Elder Law Since 1990

Whether you need to crystallize your New York Medicaid Planning, long-term care or estate planning goals, provide for loved ones in the future, or currently oversee a loved one’s estate, you may not only be faced with tough choices, but a complicated legal system. At our New York Elder Law firm, we understand how vital these processes are for you, and we get a sense of joy from helping others find peace of mind and a clear plan of action.

At Pfeifer & Choi PLLC, we speak English, Korean, and Spanish, and we are fully able to translate legalese for you. We understand the major health and financial decisions that lie ahead for you, and we don’t think your way should be bogged down with technicalities and loopholes. When you rely on our firm, you can find the trusted guidance you need and deserve.

Our practice areas in elder law include:

We are prepared to help you create a trust specifically tailored to your needs, draft a will, plan for long-term care, and address other facets of New York Elder Law. This includes answering complex questions you may have about Elder Law, such as whether or not someone with dementia is mentally competent to sign a will, and whether one who is not eligible for Long-Term Care Medicaid can become eligible without losing their life savings. Even if an individual is on the edge of needing Medicaid, we can still help to preserve significant assets for the family.

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Too many people make the grievous mistake of putting off these plans until it is too late to take the time necessary to discover your options and mull your choices. Worse still, a staggering percentage of Americans never take the time to create a long-term care or estate plan.

Don’t hesitate to call the New York elder law attorneys at Pfeifer & Choi PLLC today to start discussing your goals and your options. You can schedule a consultation where our attorneys can help you understand your situation and explain to you the legal issues involved.