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Roman Aminov

Law Offices of Roman Aminov, P.C.

Roman Aminov

Law Offices of Roman Aminov, P.C.

Roman Aminov

Law Offices of Roman Aminov, P.C.

The Law Offices of Roman Aminov is a client centric trusts and estates practice concentrating in estate planning, elder law, and probate. We handle the drafting of wills, powers of attorney, health care proxies, and trusts of all types.

           Mr. Aminov's expertise lies in being able to sit down with a client and properly ascertain their current situation and plan the most effective way forward. He has successfully implemented estate plans in high net worth individuals and middle income clients with complicated family situations. Our firm often represents family members in probate and estate administration proceedings throughout New York City and Long Island. Mr. Aminov also helps elderly clients structure their assets to qualify for Medicaid. His writings on estate planning and elder law topics are published regularly in magazines across the New York Metropolitan Area.

          Our office takes pride in being accessible to our clients and treating them as we would our own family. For us, it is all about being there for our clients during their critical decision making moments. Allow us to advise and represent you on your important matters in a timely and professional manner while offering invaluable legal advice. Come in for a consultation to see why our clients would never go to another firm again.

Roman Aminov graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Real Estate Development from Baruch College and received his J.D. from St. Johns School of Law, where he focused on trusts and estates. He is licensed to practice in the courts of New York State and has been selected as a Super Lawyer Rising Star since 2016.

With a concentration in estate planning, elder law, and probate, Mr. Aminov understands the needs of his clients and is focused on solving difficult problems that accompany planning for estate administration, planning for Medicaid long term care, or dealing with the loss of a loved one.

Firm Description

The Law Offices of Roman Aminov is a client centric trusts and estates practice concentrating in estate planning, elder law, and probate. We handle the drafting of wills, powers of attorney, health care proxies, and trusts of all types.

           Mr. Aminov's expertise lies in being able to sit down with a client and properly ascertain their current situation and plan the most effective way forward. He has successfully implemented estate plans in high net worth individuals and middle income clients with complicated family situations. Our firm often represents family members in probate and estate administration proceedings throughout New York City and Long Island. Mr. Aminov also helps elderly clients structure their assets to qualify for Medicaid. His writings on estate planning and elder law topics are published regularly in magazines across the New York Metropolitan Area.

          Our office takes pride in being accessible to our clients and treating them as we would our own family. For us, it is all about being there for our clients during their critical decision making moments. Allow us to advise and represent you on your important matters in a timely and professional manner while offering invaluable legal advice. Come in for a consultation to see why our clients would never go to another firm again.

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Sunday By Appointment Only
Monday 8:30 AM 7:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM 7:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM 7:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM 7:30 PM
Friday 8:30 AM 6:00 PM

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