Onondaga County, NY: Health Care Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms

For more than 20 years, the McMahon Law Firm has been helping clients use estate planning to qualify for Medicaid, protect their assets after entering Medicaid-funded nursing homes and create estate plans that pass family legacies to the next generation in the most efficient manner possible. Located in Camillus, a suburb of Syracuse, our law firm represents clients throughout upstate New York....

The Koldin Law Center, P.C., was established in 1964 by founding attorney Leonard C. Koldin who began his work handling Medicaid cases as the former Chief Welfare Attorney for Onondaga County. His experience as chief welfare attorney made him a trusted authority on asset protection for elderly residents in New York, which has set the bar for our staff and lawyers to this day. At our law firm, we...

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