New York Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorneys
Older Americans have unique legal and planning needs. Having spent a lifetime creating wealth and accumulating assets, they need an attorney with the skill and experience to help protect that wealth for their heirs. With a lawyer who focuses on elder law, estate planning and Medicaid planning, most of your assets can be protected from nursing homes and Medicaid.
Meet Our Principal Attorney
Steve McMahon was raised in Syracuse, New York, and attended the University of Notre Dame Law School. He opened the McMahon Law Firm to help people in upstate New York deal with the complicated laws associated with Medicaid planning, estate planning and asset protection. Having practiced elder law exclusively for the past 17 years, he has become very familiar with the Medicaid process. He understands how to prepare clients’ estate in the event that they should need nursing home care.
Now with the addition of another attorney, McMahon Law Firm can help more clients meet their financial goals for the future. Contact us at 315-254-2161 to discuss your financial planning needs.
Our Legal Services
In addition to asset protection, we have extensive experience helping people throughout central New York State create:
- Revocable living trusts and other trusts
- Powers of attorney
- Health care proxies
- Last will and testaments
- Other estate and probate documents
Some of these documents can protect your assets and make you eligible for Medicaid. The earlier you start protecting your assets, the more you can safeguard. Moreover, an attorney experienced in Medicaid law can safeguard some assets even if you or a loved one is already in a nursing home.
Call 315-254-2161 to Speak With an Experienced Elder Law Attorney
If you or a member of your family needs the services of an experienced Syracuse elder law attorney, please contact a lawyer at the McMahon Law Firm. We are committed to helping people protect the wealth they have spent a lifetime creating.
We represent clients throughout upstate New York including Onondaga, Cayuga, Oswego and Oneida counties, as well as the cities of Syracuse, Camillus, and Auburn.
We take appointments and accept walk-in clients.