Frequently Asked Questions

Where are you located?

Our address is:
155 Pinelawn Road
Suite 100 South
Melville, New York 11747.

You can obtain directions here.

What are your office hours?

Monday-Thursday from 8:30am-6pm and Friday from 8:00am-5pm.

How do I schedule an initial consultation?

You can call our office at (631) 420-1212, email us at info@theatlaslawgroup.com, or use the following link to schedule a consultation.

May I call and speak to Mr. Atlas prior to scheduling a consultation to determine if a meeting is necessary?

Mr. Atlas will be more than pleased to speak with you to preliminary assess your matter to determine if a consultation would be necessary.

What should I bring to my meeting?

Depending on the purpose of your meeting (estate planning, trust or estate administration, Medicaid), in advance of the meeting, we will send you a document checklist and planning questionnaire that we ask you to complete to the best of your ability, prior to your meeting. You should also bring documents listed on the checklist sent to you, such as: copies of recent bank statements or deeds to any property.

Planning Questionnaires:

Document Checklist:

How long does an initial consultation last?

An initial consultation usually lasts between 1-2 hours.

Do you offer free consultations?

No, we do not offer free consultations.  Initial consultations are billed at each attorney’s hourly rate.  Please contact our office for more specific information regarding our billing policies.

Does your firm only work with clients who are located on Long Island?

The Atlas Law Group represents clients and their families on Elder Law, Estate Planning, Medicaid, and Estate Administration matters throughout Long Island and metropolitan New York—including New York City, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx and Westchester.

My family member is homebound; do you meet with clients in their homes?

Yes, we do.  We know that it can be difficult for some people to leave their home, so we are happy to schedule consultations outside of the office.

I live in Connecticut, may I use your firm?

Unfortunately, no.  In order to practice law in a neighboring state, an attorney must obtain separate license to practice in that state. Our firm currently has attorneys who are licensed in New York and New Jersey.  However, our firm has a network of attorneys who we can refer you to in every state.