At the end of their lives, many people require assistance with every day tasks and health care. Assisted living and nursing home care are extremely expensive, however, and without significant planning, hardworking people are often forced to delve into their savings or even to impoverish themselves and their spouses to afford that care.
I am Richard A. Sarner of Zeldes, Needle & Cooper, P.C., and I have a great deal of experience helping clients avoid this financial hardship. I have been assisting clients with elder law and Medicaid planning for more than 25 years. I will review your situation to help you preserve as much of your wealth as possible while planning appropriately for the possibility of long-term care.
Contact me today to schedule an appointment with an experienced estate planning lawyer at my offices in Stamford, Connecticut, or New York City.
I tailor my services to each client’s unique needs. I am ready to work with you at any stage of your estate planning or long-term care planning. I can assist clients still working but close to retirement as well as those who fear they have not set aside enough money for proper long-term care.
Whether you have immediate needs or future concerns, with my experience in estate planning and retirement planning I have the experience to guide you through this complicated area of the law. I am prepared to help you address immediate financial concerns, suggest ways to rearrange your assets to prevent impoverishment and craft an effective plan, which could include:
I have more than 25 years of legal experience and am a member of WealthCounsel and the Wealth Strategies Collaborative®. I am AV Peer Review Rated* through Martindale-Hubbell and am listed in Martindale-Hubbell’s Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.™ I lecture widely on estate planning and am the co-author of two books on topics related to estate planning and philanthropy:
To discuss elder law or Medicaid planning with an experienced attorney, contact me, Greenwich estate planning attorney Richard A. Sarner, and schedule an appointment.