Elder Law Attorneys

With today's changing demographics, there is an increasing need for elder law. At Catania, Mahon, Milligram & Rider, PLLC, our experienced New York lawyers stay up-to-date on new trends and advancements with elder law, and we use this knowledge to best serve our clients' needs.

Please learn the benefits of our services by scheduling an initial consultation today. You may contact our Newburgh, New York, law office online, or you may call 845-764-4273 (toll free at 888-719-4746).

Protecting Elders and Their Assets

No one has any idea when the time will come when he or she becomes unable to care for himself or herself. It is important to be prepared for when this time comes. Doing so will make for a smooth transition and reduce the stress and worry that comes with being unprepared. At our law firm, we provide comprehensive elder law services that are tailored to each client we serve. Speak to us today to learn how we can:

  • Plan for asset protection in the event of long-term nursing home care
  • Assist with Medicaid planning
  • Preserve wealth and prevent financial difficulties
  • Set up personalized estate plans
  • Plan for the care of a disabled child
  • Help with much more

Special Needs Planning/Special Needs Inheritance

Another important issue for many clients is planning for the care of a disabled child loved one with mental health issues or substance abuse problems. These individuals might lack the capacity to care for themselves or they might misuse funds they receive an inheritance outright rather than in a trust.

For beneficiaries who have these types of issues, supplemental and special needs trusts can be an important tool, allowing grandparents, parents and other family members to preserve trust principal while still providing for the care of a grandchild, child or other loved one with special needs. Trust assets can be managed and distributed for the care, education or medical treatment of the trust beneficiary. In instances where the beneficiary qualifies for governmental benefits, a supplemental needs trust will prevent the beneficiary from losing benefits and will preserve trust assets to supplement the beneficiary's quality of life. These types of trusts help bring peace of mind to concerned parents by ensuring that their children will be cared for even after parents or other family caregivers have passed away.

Discuss Your Needs and Options Today

Our attorneys look forward to discussing your situation and educating you on the many options you might have available. Please schedule a consultation today by calling 845-764-4273 (toll free at 888-719-4746) or by contacting our New York law office online.