Christine Andreoli, Esq. is a partner of the Law Office of Craig A. Andreoli, P.C., located in Islandia, New York, a family owned firm which she operates together with her husband and partner, Craig.
“Our firm offers a very different personal approach to Elder Law and Estate Planning that we developed from first-hand experience and knowledge.”
In an effort to help families avoid the hardships that her husband’s family suffered, Christine assisted Craig with the development of a process that structures and implements Medicaid pre-planning, sophisticated gifting and estate tax planning techniques. Clients that have used this process have seen an immediate reduction in stress, family disputes, and an increase in asset preservation.
“In order to help our clients prepare for the present and the unexpected future, our practice also focuses on the explanation and implementation of trusts, wills, and advanced directives.”
We help our clients make sense of the probate process as well as the legal process of Court-supervised administration of an estate when someone dies with a Last Will & Testament. Our law office is dedicated to providing quality legal services to its clients and to treating every client with the utmost care and personal attention he/she deserves.
Prior to joining the firm, Mrs. Andreoli’s focus was in helping injured people defend their rights against insurance companies that would deny coverage claims. Mrs. Andreoli’s efforts usually resulted in securing coverage and ensuring that her clients received the medical and financial damages to which they were entitled. She is now utilizing the knowledge and experience obtained from those fields of law to the field of Elder Law and Estate Planning. Christine strives to help people preserve the assets in their estate and procure their Medicaid needs.
Mrs. Andreoli received her Juris Doctorate from St. John’s University School of Law in 1992 after receiving a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1989. Mrs. Andreoli is admitted to practice law before the Courts of the States of New York and Connecticut. She is a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association and is an active participant in the Elder Law, Surrogate’s Court, and Solo & Small Firm Practitioners’ Committees of the Suffolk County Bar Association.