Fratello Law


Estate Planning and Elder Law Attorneys at Fratello Law

At Fratello Law, our Smithtown elder law attorneys are passionate about building meaningful connections with our elderly clients and their family members to help ensure their unique needs are addressed. Our estate planning lawyers in Smithtown are well-versed in all aspects of estate law and will apply our extensive knowledge to help address your unique needs and give you peace of mind that your assets and loved ones are protected. We are a small firm with a big heart, and we understand how emotionally demanding it may be to begin the process of planning for your future and protecting your assets. To schedule a no-cost consultation with a member of our compassionate legal team in Smithtown, call our office at (516) 321-4010 or by filling out our contact form.

Smithtown Practice Areas

Call Us: (631) 406-5580
Fax: (516) 321-4674

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Suffolk Office: (631) 406-5580
Nassau Office: (516) 321-4010

Elder Law Services We Offer

Our dedicated elder law attorneys will help you make a personalized asset protection plan, home protection plan, or set up a special asset protection trust based on your unique goals and needs. Learn more.

Obtaining Medicaid coverage is a complex, multi-step process, where unnecessary delay can be extremely costly. Our dedicated Medicaid attorneys have extensive experience in the Medicaid application process and can guide you in submitting a Medicaid home care application, Medicaid CDPAP application, Medicaid assisted living program application, or Medicaid Nursing Home Application, while providing you with necessary resources to find the very best options for your loved one. Learn more.

Article 81 Guardianship

An Article 81 Guardianship is typically used to set up guardianship for individuals, including elders, with cognitive or functional limitations that are likely to cause them financial or personal harm. The goal of Article 81 Guardianship is to appoint a guardian who will be given the legal power to act on behalf of a person with cognitive limitations.

The attorneys at Fratello Law have broad experience setting up Article 81 Guardianships for those with cognitive limitations and their guardians. Fill out our contact form to get in touch with one of our dedicated elder law attorneys.

If you or your loved one has been a victim of abuse or neglect or suffered injury, such as bedsores or pressure ulcers, falls, dehydration, malnutrition, medication errors or wrongful death at a nursing home or other care facility, you or your loved one may be entitled to recover damages. Contact us to speak with an attorney to discuss the pain and suffering you or your loved one endured due to poor care in a nursing home, assisted living facility or at the hands of a home care agency that was entrusted with their care. Learn more.