Clifford Meirowitz's practice concentrates on elder law, estate planning, asset protection, guardianships, Medicaid, persons with disabilities, wills, trusts, advanced directives, administration, probate and related litigation. He is chair of the New York County Lawyers Association's pro bono Elder Law Project, past chair of NYCLA's Elder Law Committee, adjunct professor at NYU's School of Continuing and Professional Studies, member of New York County Supreme Court Guardianship Advisory Committee, a founding member of New York Presbyterian Hospital's Planned Giving Advisory Council, a frequent lecturer, and was a contributing author to Elder Law and Guardianship in New York. Mr. Meirowitz is a graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
New York State Bar Association, Elder Law Section Executive. New York City Bar Association. New York County Lawyers Association's, Pro Bono Elder Law Project. New York County Lawyers' Association, Elder Law Committee. York County Supreme Court Guardianship Advisory Committee. New York Presbyterian... Read More
Elder Law and Guardianship in New York - Elder Law and Guardianship in New York - Contributing Author 2007. What To Do When The Doctor Says It’s Early-Stage Alzheimer’s - What To Do When The Doctor Says It’s Early-Stage Alzheimer’s - Helped Contribute a Chapter on legal issues facing... Read More