If you are seeking elder law or estate planning assistance, contact NY Elder Law Group today to get started.
Real estate investments can be a great way to set you and your family up for future financial freedom. At NY Elder Law Group, we can help you make the best real estate investment for your financial goals. Whether you are new to home ownership or looking to sell your current home and make a move, we can help ensure the process is smooth and there are no surprises from the first showing to closing.
Real estate law governs real property ownership, use, and transfer. Some key aspects of New York real estate law include the following:
These are just a few of the key aspects of real estate law in New York, and there are many more factors to consider depending on your specific situation.
As an elder law practice, NY Elder Law Group are involved in more than planning estates and helping you apply for Medicaid. Real estate law and elder law are interconnected in many ways, particularly in New York, where the cost of long-term care can be very high, and are used to determine Medicaid when assessing your assets. Here are a few ways in which real estate law pertains to elder law in New York:
At NY Elder Law Group, we will make sure that your financial interests are looked out for and that you have a smooth and stress-free real estate transaction. At NY Elder Law Group, we are also here to help make sure that your assets, especially any real estate transactions, are taken care of properly so that you and your loved ones can reap the benefits of a real estate investment for years to come.
If you or a loved one is buying or selling real estate and need the help of an experienced legal team, NY Elder Law Group can help. Since opening her firm in 1997, lead attorney Lori Somekh has helped countless families and individuals make sure that any real estate investment and transaction positively impact their financial future. Contact us today for a free 15-minute consultation to start planning your estate.
Hiring a real estate attorney is important since real estate transactions can be complex and involve property disclosures, title searches, and contract negotiations.
Owning property is a great way to build generational wealth. Additionally, property ownership can provide stability, security, and equity that can help obtain loans and other financial benefits.
Buying property in New York can be challenging, especially in competitive real estate markets like New York City. Properties in desirable locations can be expensive and sell quickly, making it difficult to find a property that meets your needs and budget. Additionally, the New York real estate market is highly regulated and involves many legal and financial considerations, such as property taxes, title searches, and zoning regulations. However, with the help of a qualified real estate law attorney and real estate agent, it is possible to navigate the process and find a property that meets your needs.
Lori and her team are excellent at what they do. The attention to detail, knowledge of state laws regarding real estate and elder law is top notch. You won't be disappointed.
Great attorney who helped my husband hasan tremendously to close my case within 2 weeks. Highly recommended"
I highly recommend Lori and her office, impeccable job, honest, she is very human , who listen and understands.I appreciate the very detailed invoice she gave to me where every dollar spent was explained transparent transaction
I initially approached Lori Somekh based upon the fact that she was a fellow alumni from St. John's University. Knowing that the school has many excellent practicing attorneys was important for me, but one that specialized in elder care even more so. I wanted someone with the experience and expertise that could assist me in setting up Power of Attorney for my Grandparents. Lori did a great job. I would definitely recommend her to a friend and plan to use her services again.