It is with mixed emotions that I am announcing my retirement — effective December 31, 2021. Any existing client matters will be handled until closure.
I sincerely appreciate having had the opportunity to work with all of my clients and colleagues. This career has been very rewarding, and I feel lucky to have met many interesting, compassionate and intelligent people.
Even though I will miss the work that has been my passion, I look forward to figure skating more regularly and, of course, spending time with my wonderful husband and loving family.
Thank you, everyone, for your trust and support these past 30 years.
My father always told me, “if you have your health, you have everything.” Today, I firmly believe that everyone deserves access to quality healthcare regardless of age or ability to pay. As such, I spend each and every day fighting for the rights of our elderly to remain healthy, happy, and safe.
We can help you or your loved one live out your years happily and well cared for, with all the dignity, love, and respect they deserve. Our Elder Law services include:
Let us navigate the complex Medicare/Medicaid maze for you, get the Medicaid coverage you need, and lower your costs at the same time.
We customize strategies to protect your family, your assets, and your legacy once you are gone with personalized care plans, wills, and trusts.
We advocate and plan ahead for a special needs family member by coordinating private and public resources to maximize their quality of life.
I’ve always been a believer that the first wealth is health. I am driven to making people’s lives easier, helping them access the health coverage they need, and giving them peace of mind, so that they can feel well and enjoy life.
I understand first hand how important it is to continue to find life gratifying as we age. My passion is figure skating; it makes me happy. Since age 10, I have seriously trained with a figure skating coach, won multiple medals in competitions, and progressed through the “skating ranks” by succeeding in dozens of rigorous skating tests.
Not only does this keep me fit, but skating has also taught me perseverance. Skating is an exacting sport; if there’s a skating move that I cannot do. I practice it repeatedly until I develop the muscle control and the timing to master it, without having to think about it. If you’re not willing to push through, you won’t advance in skating.
This is the same determination I bring to complex legal cases. I gather the relevant facts and think about every detail until suddenly I “click” onto the best solution —applying applicable laws and regulations — thereby obtaining the best solutions and most palatable outcomes for my clients. I am successful at advocating for my clients because I persevere until my client’s needs are met.
When you come to meet my legal assistant and me, you will notice that the office does not fit the stereotypical law decor with a big formal conference table. Rather, the atmosphere is deliberately more casual. We create a calm environment as it often makes for better and creative legal solutions. I also make home visits to my elderly and disabled clients to better understand the daily challenges they experience.