As a partner with The Law Offices of Nicole Zuvich, P.C., in Garden City, New York, attorney Nicole J. Zuvich represents the rights and interests of clients throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties, and the surrounding areas who wish to establish their long-term planning goals with regards to their estates and future health care needs.
A highly rated lawyer with more than 13 years of legal experience, Ms. Zuvich devotes her practice to all areas of estate planning and elder law, and she has earned a reputation for delivering the effective legal counsel her clients need while always treating them with the compassion and dignity they deserve. She has extensive experience with Medicaid and Medicare planning as well as assisting those who need long-term and in-home care.
Along with estate planning and elder law, Ms. Zuvich provides invaluable counsel and support in probate and estate administration proceedings to help smooth the process and ensure her clients' heirs receive the bulk of their inheritance.
A 2003 summa cum laude graduate of Hofstra University, Ms. Zuvich attended St. John’s University School of Law on a Thomas Shortman Academic Scholarship. She obtained her Juris Doctor in 2006 and her license to practice from the New York State Bar that same year.
Highly active in her legal community, Ms. Zuvich once served as president of the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association, where she received the organization's President's Award in 2008 and the Doris S. Hoffman Outstanding New Lawyer Award in 2011. She is also active with the Elder Law, Social Services & Health Advocacy and Surrogate Court committees of the Nassau County Bar Association.
A supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project, Ms. Zuvich volunteers her time and services to help veterans across her region and raise awareness for the challenges they face, including those suffering from PTSD. She is also an active member of the Animal Rights Committee of the Suffolk County Bar Association.