Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorneys in Manhattan, Brooklyn & Queens
The Law Offices of Juliet Gavriel, P.C. serves clients throughout Manhattan, Queens & Brooklyn. Her practice focuses on Estate Planning, Elder Law, Medicaid Planning, Special Needs Planning, Tax Law, and Probate. She also assists her clients with both commercial and residential real estate closings.
Help with retention of wealth
We are an Estate Planning & Elder Law Firm with multiple locations including Manhattan, Queens, & Brooklyn. We aim to help all residents of New York City with all of their Estate Planning and Medicaid Planning needs. When you contact or visit any of our Estate Planning & Elder Law New York City offices we will speak with you about your issue and if we can assist with your situation we will offer you a Free consultation to further discuss how we can help you.
Our New York City Estate Planning & Elder Law offices create customized Wills & Estate Plans tailored to meet your requirements. We have created both simple and complex Wills, Revocable Living Trusts, Irrevocable Trusts, Medicaid Trusts, Special Needs Trusts, Pet Trusts, Family Limited Partnerships, and can advise you on Charitable Gifting Strategies. We also assist those with retirement plans on how to take advantage of tax reduction techniques and beneficiaries of such plans of how they can ensure they are protected. Our Queens, Manhattan, & Brooklyn attorneys have helped many families preserve their wealth and avoid the lengthy and expensive process of Probate.
Nursing home expenses can cost you a lifetime of your hard earned wealth. Our Manhattan, Queens, & Brooklyn Estate Planning & Elder Law attorneys can help you legally qualify for governmental benefits while at the same time helping you preserve your estate for the benefit of your loved ones.
Our Manhattan, Queens, & Brooklyn Estate Planning and Elder Law attorneys assist families who have suffered the loss of a loved one with the often long and difficult Probate process.
A Power of Attorney is an important document which if created while you are still healthy can benefit you in the unfortunate event that you become mentally or physically incapacitated. A Power of Attorney helps you appoint someone you trust to act in your best interests under adverse circumstances. There are several types of Powers of Attorney including General Power of Attorney, Durable Power of Attorney, Limited Power of Attorney, Springing Power of Attorney, & Health Care Power of Attorney. Our Manhattan, Queens, & Brooklyn Estate Planning & Elder Law Attorneys can help you decide which one is most relevant to your situation and we will create customized documents pursuant to your wishes.
Our Manhattan, Queens, & Brooklyn Elder Law Attorneys create medical documents such as Living Wills, Health Care Proxies & HIPPAA authorization forms.