About Koldin Law Center, P.C.
Koldin Law Center, P.C., was established in 1964 by founder , who was the former chief welfare attorney for Onondaga County. Because of his experience handling Medicaid cases, he became a trusted authority on asset protection for seniors. At the forefront of trust planning, our attorneys all have considerable experience with estate planning, asset protection and handling Medicaid applications for our clients.
What Sets Us Apart
The Koldin Law Center, P.C., is different from other firms because we make our clients feel welcome and like family. We encourage our clients’ families to get involved in the legal process so that everyone is working together toward a common goal. We build trust with our clients and maintain it throughout our relationship.
Because our practice focuses on Medicaid, asset protection and nursing home matters, we are able to address major concerns not handled elsewhere. Our more than 50 years of experience handling estate planning and Medicaid matters mean we can quickly and efficiently resolve a variety of legal issues our clients would have difficulty handling on their own.
To see how our lawyers’ experience sets our law firm apart even further, take a look at their attorney profiles below:
- Leonard C. Koldin
- Scott E. Koldin
- Mark N. Schulman
- Stephen K. Koldin
- Harvey R. Lasner
- Herbert H Heim
Flat Fees — Free Initial Consultations
With Koldin Law Center, P.C., you can rest assured that your time will not be monitored and you won’t feel like you’re overpaying for the services you receive. At your free initial consultation, you can take the time you need to explain your situation.
We will then give you an honest evaluation, along with options and assistance that will help address your legal needs. We also offer flat fees and a retainer program for trusts to ensure that you will never pay unnecessary legal fees.
Contact Koldin Law Center, P.C., Today
To schedule your free initial consultation with one of our highly experienced lawyers, contact us online or by calling our East Syracuse office at 315-314-3205. We assist clients in Onondaga county and surrounding counties as well as throughout central New York.