Elder Law Attorney

Elder Law encompasses a broad range of legal matters. It is important for everyone, regardless of age or health, to plan for the future. Elder law and estate planning is the process of planning, not just the distribution of your assets after death, but also ensuring that you will be financially stable beyond retirement. Elder law also allows individuals to plan for important issues like health care coverage and costs, the possibility of incapacity while alive, and ensuring that loved ones will be cared for after your death.Hobson-Williams P.C. provides clients of all ages with the full range of Elder Law and estate planning services. Whether you’re planning for the future or looking to assist an aging loved one in preparing their affairs, the firm’s compassionate attorneys can assist you in preparing financial documents, securing medical assistance benefits, and establishing advanced directives. The firm has experience in:

  • Medicaid Planning
  • Trusts/Medicaid Trusts
  • Medicaid Applications
  • Medicaid Fair Hearings
  • Wealth Transfer products/techniques
  • Advanced Directives (Power of Attorney, Healthcare Proxy, Living Wills)
  • Wills
  • Estate Administration

Hobson-Williams, P.C. has extensive experience in all elder law matters, including filing Medicaid applications and counseling clients on asset preservation and wealth transfer. The firm takes pride in being a leader in the Elder Law field. The firm represents clients in Medicaid matters and Guardianship proceedings in courts throughout New York City.

Hobson-Williams, P.C. also takes pride in having a staff of non-legal professionals and experts in the fields of Elder care. From geriatric care specialists, home cleanout experts, investigators and sureties, the Hobson-Williams firm can connect you with the expertise necessary to get your affairs in order.

Hobson-Williams, P.C. has also successfully represented clients at Medicaid Fair Hearings in getting home care services reinstated, split-shift home care services restored and surplus income eliminated.

Whether for yourself or on behalf of a loved one, planning an estate and handling elder law matters can be overwhelming and emotionally taxing. The legal professionals at Hobson-Williams P.C. will advise you on the options available to you, and help you establish a plan that best suits your needs. Call (718) 210-4744 to speak to one of our attorneys and learn how Hobson-Williams P.C. can help you gain the peace of mind that comes from being prepared for the future.

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