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Mackenzie Hughes LLP

101 S Salina St Ste 600
Syracuse, NY 13202-4304
(315) 474-7571
Fax: (315) 474-6409
Services Offered:
Elder Law Attorney
Mackenzie Hughes LLP serves Syracuse, NY, Onondaga County, NY
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    About My Business
    Because of our experience, judgment and sensitivity in advising clients on important personal planning issues, our attorneys are highly regarded as being among the leading elder law counselors in the region. We focus on careful planning and drafting to meet the individualized needs of our clients, helping to assure their property will be suitably preserved in the event of potential future nursing home and long-term care needs, and minimizing the loss of assets for long-term care.

    We also advise individuals with disabilities and their family members so that maximum asset preservation is achieved for disabled children and adults. We have extensive experience in both revocable and irrevocable trusts and will provide clear-cut explanations on whether these documents are recommended, and, if so, what they mean and will do for you.
    About My Services
    Our attorneys are experienced in the area of guardianships and work closely with clients in establishing guardianships as appropriate. Specific services include:

    • Medicare and Medicaid planning, including asset preservation and trusts
    • Consulting on long-term care insurance coverage
    • Private medical insurance
    • Long-term care policies
    • Assistance regarding cost/availability of long-term care in Central New York
    • Planning regarding transfers of assets for Medicaid eligibility purposes
    • Trust planning, including revocable, irrevocable and supplemental needs trusts
    • Planning for individuals with disabilities
    • Guardianships for individuals with disabilities as well as elderly individuals
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