Bernadette Tuthill, Partner, is the VP of the North Fork Breast Health Coalition and a Co-Chair of the annual 5K
Twomey Latham is a very skilled and knowledgeable source for Elder Law in Suffolk County. We will help you navigate all legal issues related to how aging affects our senior citizens and their families. Although most seniors are often trying to simplify their lives, it is when they reach an advanced age that life seems to become more complicated with problems arising from housing and finances to health and personal autonomy.
Advocating for the needs of clients and their caregivers requires the expertise in the intricacies of Elder Law. We have a dynamic and successful team of attorneys and paralegals that provide competent and compassionate guidance to those seeking estate planning and elder law counsel.
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- Estate and tax planning
- Medicaid planning
- Preparation of wills, trusts, healthcare proxies, and powers of attorney
- Providing counsel regarding Medicare, Social Security, long-term care insurance, reverse mortgages, and other real estate matters
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Bernadette E. Tuthill, Vice President & Co-Chair of the North Fork Breast Health Coalition’s 23rd Anniversary 5K Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness
Partner Bernadette E. Tuthill is Vice President of the North Fork Breast Health Coalition (NFBHC) and Co-Chair of the organization’s 23rd
Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP has announced that Daniel R. Bernard and Bryan Drago have been elevated
Daniel Bernard was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article in regard to people leaving states with high state and