Lillian concentrates her practice in the areas of elder law, estate and tax planning, business planning, asset protection, special needs planning and probate practice.
Lillian describes her work as the kind and gentle practice of law. She most enjoys solving clients complex problems, whether that be reforming defective trusts, creating efficient estate plans or saving untold amounts of estate tax.
A significant part of Lillian’s work is assisting clients with Medicaid applications, accelerating Medicaid eligibility for individuals and saving families from the undue hardship of paying for nursing home long term care expenses. She finds particular satisfaction in helping families through medical and financial crises that often hit them unprepared.
Lillian’s key advice for all individuals is to plan, and plan early. This is more important as we age. As we get older the odds of facing medical issues grow. If you have a diagnosis of cognitive impairment, dementia, Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s Disease it is critical to get to an experienced elder law attorney early.