Burke & Casserly
Law Firm in Albany, NY
From its inception over 20 years ago, Burke & Casserly, P. C. Has provided guidance to businesses and individuals through their desired journey to successfully gain their anticipated destination. Situated in Upstate New York and serving the greater Capital District and New York, we assist our customers protect their assets, plan their financial future, grow their business and preserve their family legacy as they travel the road of life.
Burke & Casserly
read moreOur goal is to be our client's lawyer for their lifetime! For over 31 years, Burke & Casserly, P.C., has prided itself on helping individuals, families and businesses in the Capital Region and throughout New York State, devise a plan to secure their financial futures. Our practice focus' in Elder Law - asset protection, long-term care planning, Medicaid eligibility and applications, and guardianships; Estate Planning - Wills, Trusts and Estates; Financial and Retirement Planning; and Business & Succession Planning.
read moreThe attorneys and staff at Burke & Casserly, P.C. help individuals, families and businesses successfully plan for and achieve their estate, financial and long-term care planning goals by providing the highest quality, timely and cost-efficient legal counsel. Burke & Casserly, P.C. is committed to providing quality legal services to our clients, while maintaining a dynamic and satisfying work environment. The firm encourages the professional and personal growth of each individual in the firm. In order to encourage each employee's personal development and growth, the firm supports continuing education for its staff through educational seminars, conferences and professional and para-professional programs.
read moreThe greatest of journeys begin with a well thought out road map. The Albany Estate Planning law firm of Burke & Casserly, P.C., can help you map your course on the road toward a solid estate plan. A well-crafted estate plan can ensure that your wealth is distributed according to your wishes, both during your lifetime or after your death. The goal of any estate plan is to achieve your objectives while limiting tax liability, complications, time, and expense. A comprehensive plan can provide a precise map in the event of not only death, but incapacity as well.