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Find an Elder law attorney in Monroe County, New York. Lawyers that focus on Elder Law devote their practice to the needs of the aging and elderly.


Elder law is generally focused around the following types of matters: estate planning and asset protection, obtaining disability benefits or other types of benefits such as Medicaid, and conservatorship or commitment matters. Elder law attorneys also help protect the elderly from abuse, neglect and fraud.

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Judith Holender Loeb

Judith Holender Loeb
Attorney at Law
290 Linden Oaks, Suite 200
Rochester, NY 14625
Judith Holender Loeb is a Elder Law lawyer... read more >

Andrea Marie Gray

Andrea Marie Gray
Harris Beach Pllc
99 Garnsey Rd
Pittsford, NY 14534
Licensed for 14 years, Andrea Marie Gray is a Estate and Probate Law and Health Law lawyer who attended SUNY Buffalo Law School... read more >
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Elder Law Certification

National Elder Law Foundation - NELF is the only national certifying program for elder law attorneys. The purpose of the program is to acknowledge attorneys who have demonstrated the highest knowledge, proficiency and experience in the field of representing elderly people and people with special needs.



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National Association of Elder Law Attorneys

NAELA is both a professional association, assisting and educating elder law attorneys, and an advocacy group, that lobbies for policies and laws that protect the needs of the growing elderly population and people with disabilities.


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Lawyer Referral Service in Monroe County, NY - The Monroe County Bar Association in Rochester, NY, established a Lawyer Referral Service. The LRS provides the public with an online referral to a local attorney experienced in a particular practice area of the law. To receive the referral, simply fill out the online form and choose the appropriate subject matter category. For most practice areas, you must pay a $40.00 referral fee. You can then schedule a 30 minute consultation with the local attorney at no additional charge.



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