Free Resources

Thank you for considering our firm for your legal work. We realize this may be your first experience working with a law firm, so we hope these free resources are helpful. We certainly appreciate the opportunity to work with you and want to make sure you receive exceptional client service.

Estate Planning Guide

Estate planning is an excellent opportunity to take a look at all that you have achieved and how you can use it to benefit those you love long after you are gone. If you don't know where to start with your Estate Plan, we have created a free Estate Planning Guide to help you. 

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Estate Planning Terms

The following is a quick explanation of estate planning terms. We hope this will give you a base knowledge and vocabulary when making decisions regarding your new estate plan. If you still need some clarification, please do not hesitate to ask us.

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NYSBA Elder Law & Special Needs Pamphlets 

Why you need a Will

Living Wills and Health Care Proxies

Why your Medicaid Application should be entrusted to an Elder Law Attorney 

Long-Term Care Insurance

Helpful Articles

Please download the below articles that are written by Alan D. Feller, Esq. 

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Organizing Your Finances for Emergency Medicaid Planning

Speaker: : Alan D. Feller, Esq., Owner, The Feller Group, P.C, formerly Sloan & Feller.

Figuring out how to pay for long term care when you are over the Medicaid limit is always a challenge, now more than ever. In this webinar, we will review tools and approaches to get you under the limit, especially when time is of the essence. We will discuss Promissory Notes, one important tool that can make care affordable for you or a loved one.