At the law offices of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, we handle a wide range of elder law issues for clients throughout New York. Attorney M. Bradford Randolph‘s career has spanned more than 25 years.
His acute knowledge of complex financial and business issues, as well as their intersection with estate planning and administration, has helped him provide insightful and compassionate guidance for individuals and families struggling with complex decisions.
Whether you are concerned about assisted care or the responsible allocation of estate assets, contact our Manhattan office. We are happy to help.
Take The First Step Toward Planning For Yourself
Taking steps now to plan ahead will save you and your loved ones stress later on. It can also help you make the most strategic decisions possible regarding your finances and health care needs. With decades of experience as a business and tax attorney as well as a certified public accountant (CPA), attorney M. Bradford Randolph can help you to meet your needs.
Helping A Loved One Plan
Making strategic decisions on someone else’s behalf can be overwhelming. It can be hard to know what decisions are best for your family member when he or she can no longer provide substantial input into his or her own health care or finances. Our goal is to simplify this process for you and provide insight into what strategies are available for asset preservation and comprehensive elder care planning, whether in a nursing home, assisted living facility or something else.
Handle Urgent Elder Law Issues With Confidence
Many people think they have all the time in the world to consider the care they will need as they get older. Unfortunately, even healthy individuals can end up with sudden illnesses or accidents that leave them struggling to handle their own home, health and finances. In these situations, you need to know you can step in promptly to make decisions for a loved one without compromising the legality of your decisions. We can work with you quickly to ensure all issues are handled in your and your loved one’s best interests.
Contact a New York City elder law attorney at our office by email, or by telephone at 212-235-1456. We can work with you one-on-one to simplify the elder law process and help you move forward.