Elder Law and Trusts and Estates Attorneys — Serving Long Island and Metropolitan Area Since 1991
Makofsky Valente Law Group, P.C. includes Ellen G. Makofsky, a Certified Elder Law Attorney and Founder of the Firm, and her partner, Lisa R. Valente. The legal team also includes Deidre M. Baker and Christina Lamm.
The Makofsky Valente Law Group, P.C. and its predecessor firms have concentrated in Elder Law and its related areas since 1991 when Elder Law was beginning to be recognized as a distinct area of practice. The Makofsky Valente Law Group has served Nassau County and surrounding areas since then and the firm is a leader in the field today.
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LOCATED IN GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK, Makofsky Valente Law Group, P.C. (formerly Makofsky Law Group, P.C. formerly Makofsky & Associates, P.C. formerly Raskin & Makofsky, LLP) HAS SERVED CLIENTS IN AREAS INCLUDING LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK CITY, MANHATTAN, QUEENS, BROOKLYN, BRONX, WHITE PLAINS, MINEOLA, HEMPSTEAD, LEVITTOWN, MASSAPEQUA, BETHPAGE, SYOSSET, OYSTER BAY, GLEN COVE, PORT WASHINGTON, MANHASSET, GREAT NECK, WOODMERE, VALLEY STREAM, ELMONT, FLORAL PARK, FLUSHING, KEW GARDENS AND FOREST HILLS, NEW HYDE PARK, EAST MEADOW, PLAINVIEW, Merrick, Westbury, Long Beach, Oceanside, Franklin Square, Huntington and Rockville Centre.
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*Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation as approved by the American Bar Association. Certification is not required for the practice of law in the State of New York.