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Christine R. Shiebler Esq. - Smithtown, NY

180 East Main StreetSuite 101 Smithtown, NY 11787

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Updated: 02/28/2023

Smithtown Elder Law Lawyer


Christine R. Shiebler, Esq. joined Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli, LLP as an Associate in March 2022. Christine Shiebler concentrates her practice in the areas of Elder Law, Estate Planning, Estate Tax Planning, Probate and Estate Administration, and Trusts/Trusts Administration. In her practice, she also handles Estate Litigation and Guardianships.

Prior to her joining Futterman, Lanza & Pasculli, LLP, Christine Shiebler was most recently a Senior Associate at the law firm Grabie & Grabie, LLP, and before that she was Counsel to Taroff & Taitz, LLP as well as an attorney at several other prominent Long Island law firms. Christine Shiebler has an extensive background in the areas of Elder Law, Estate Planning and Medicaid Planning.

Christine is an active member of the Elder Law Section and Trusts and Estates Section of the New York State Bar Association. She is also proud to be a member of the Elder Law and Estate Planning Committee as well as the Surrogate's Court Committee of the Suffolk County Bar Association. She is former co-chair of the Surrogate's Court Committee at the Suffolk County Bar Association. She is currently serving on the Executive Board of the Suffolk County Women's Bar Association and is also a member of the Suffolk County Office for the Aging Senior Citizen Advisory Board. Christine has served as a Court appointed Guardian ad Litem for many years in the Suffolk County Surrogate's Court. It is important to Christine to stay actively connected with her colleagues and ahead of the laws and trends regarding elder law and estate planning.

Christine Shiebler is a leader among her peers. She has taught Continuing Education classes in Trusts and Estates topics for the Suffolk Academy of Law and the National Business Institute and has lectured on elder law topics at St. Joseph College.

Christine Shiebler is a graduate of Boston University School of Law. Christine received her undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree from Colgate University where she studied abroad in China. Christine resides in the Blue Point area.

About Christine R. Shiebler Esq.

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Associate

Practice Areas

  • Elder Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Estate Tax Planning
  • Probate and Estate Administration
  • Trusts/Trusts Administration
  • Estate Litigation
  • Guardianships


Bar Admissions

  • New York
  • New Jersey


Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


180 East Main StreetSuite 101 Smithtown, NY 11787


  • 631-979-9546

Office Hours

Monday – Friday: 9:00AM - 5:00PM; Evening Appointments Available


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Included on the 2024 New York Metro Super Lawyers list

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  • 2023 Nomination for Bethpage “Best of Long Island”, Elder Law Attorney Category

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By Anonymous on Jun. 14, 2022

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Very rude to you while speaking to her. Clearly can?t hold a job either.. went through plenty of law firms in the past 2 years


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By Anonymous on Aug. 19, 2019

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Extremely unprofessional, cold and rude. Insensitive to the elderly population and inpatient. Hurt my parent financially and failed to protect her future. I would not recommend this attorney. She refused to take any accountability or responsibility re: her actions. Would not even talk or advise for a minute without payment. Seemed aggravated and annoyed every time contact was attempted to be made with her. Last call she hung up on me.


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