One of the First Full Service Elder Law Firms in Suffolk County
In 1913, Davidow, Davidow, Siegel & Stern was founded by Lawrence Davidow’s grandfather, Harry Davidow and then expanded with the addition of his sons, Sanford and Wallace. When Lawrence joined the firm, he redirected it from a general practice to one of the first and most successful Elder Law, Special Needs and Estate Planning firms on Long Island. It is clear law runs in the family but so does compassion, service and planning.
DDSS is committed to helping our neighbors on Long Island plan for the future. We work with seniors, those with special needs, business owners, and taxpayers to help ensure your assets are protected, that you can afford the care you need, and that you are maximizing the government programs available to you all while paying the least amount in estate and income taxes.Let's Start Planning
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Why You'll Be A Fan For Life
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The Listen to Lawrence series explains Elder Law, Special Needs and Estate Planning in four simple, clear and entertaining ways. See for yourself...
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The Listen To Lawrence Letter
from the Listen to Lawrence Letters where you’ll get the answers to client questions
Through the years, Lawrence has answered thousands of client questions while going through the planning process. Now, you can learn from his answers in these letters set up in an easy-to-read Q & A format. You can even ask him a question of your own and if he thinks many will benefit, he'll answer it in an upcoming letter.
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Listen To Lawrence If You’re Planning To Keep It: An Explanation Of Elder Law Planning For New Yorkers
Written by Lawrence Eric Davidow, Long Island Elder Law Attorney
Learn how to pay for long-term care options
Determine how to qualify for Medicaid
Discover planning techniques designed to save the family home and protect assets including a full discussion of trusts
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How is Your Current Estate Plan Holding Up?
As important as it is, so many Long Islanders throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties never prioritize putting an estate plan in place. Do you have a plan? What will you do if you’re not eligible for Medicaid benefits? How will you afford a nursing home?
A proper estate plan can answer all of these questions and provide you with peace of mind for the future.
Did you know?
- Currently, the average stay in a nursing home is three years with a price tag on Long Island of up to $600,000. What’s your plan? >
- If a transfer of assets (like your home or money) gets caught in the five-year lookback period you are not eligible for Medicaid benefits. Now what? >
- The nursing home is full of people who claimed they would never allow themselves to be there. How will you afford it? >
We here at DDSS are leaders in estate planning on Long Island and we are proud of our extensive experience and sterling reputation. We encourage you to learn more about your options via our many resources. When you’re ready to take the first step to put a plan in place for your future and/or the future of the ones you love, reach out to us.
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When is the right time to consider your
estate planning needs?
Estate Planning in your 30s is just as important as it is in your 60s. We designed a special program entitled, Younger Law™ for your 30s; we focus on planning strategies to protect your family through your middle age and then we consider other options such as long term care planning for retirement and beyond.