We LOVE what we do and it shows!

For more than a century, we have provided an unparalleled service level to our clients, helping them navigate the special concerns and fears that come along with challenging situations throughout their lives. We’re here to help, to guide, to advise, to plan, to ease….

100 Years of Service

A Legacy Of Helping People

Lawrence Eric Davidow, the firm’s Senior and Managing Partner, is the grandson of the firm’s founder Harry A. Davidow. In 1913, Lawrence’s grandfather started the firm, which was later expanded with the addition of his two sons, Wallace and Sanford Davidow. Today, the firm has evolved into one of the first and most successful Elder Law, Special Needs, Estate and Business Planning practices on Long Island.

Our dedication to providing excellent customer service and unrivaled expertise is more than a job, it’s our family’s legacy.

Our History
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Our Team

Why Clients
Love Us

One of the First Elder Law Firms in Suffolk County With a Rich History and Reputation

Highly Experienced and Focused Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorneys

Thousands of Educational Resources: Seminars, Articles, Podcasts

Fast Response

Director of Elder Law Services on Staff for a Full-Service Experience

Down-To-Earth Team

Remote Meetings and Conference Calls

What Our Clients Are Saying

About Working with DDSS

“Your wise and generous counsel is deeply appreciated.  You need to know the deep gratitude with which I hold you and your firm.”

“I am confident your advice and legal experience will be invaluable assets as I move forward with the process of planning and protecting my estate.”

“Facing these difficult decisions and circumstances is easier when you find professionals who can clearly guide you!”

“Your firm’s main interest is to give clients true knowledge and advice.  In our meeting all possible avenues were explored, with each given the pros and cons, allowing the client to make rational decisions.”

“Your gentle manner touched me and until we meet again, please know you gave me much to dwell upon and you did that without a ‘hard sell’ and for that I thank you.”