Civil Litigation, Elder Law and Trusts and Estates
William G. Goode is the founder the Law Office of William G. Goode. Mr. Goode is admitted to practice law in all of the state, county and local courts of the State of New York, as well as the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. Mr. Goode has a Bachelors Degree in Economics for the College of William & Mary, and a Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Richmond. In addition to being admitted to the Bar, Mr. Goode also has an MBA in Corporate Finance from Dowling University and formerly held New York State Life, Health and Accident Insurance licenses as well as NASD Series 7 and Series 63 securities licenses. Mr. Goode has litigated claims in both federal and state courts in a wide variety of commercial claims, including corporate dissolution and derivative actions, contract and real estate disputes and estate litigation as well as debt collection. Mr. Goode offers traditional estate planning for estates of all sizes, planning to minimize Gift Taxes and Estate Taxes, the use of Trusts to protect assets, Business Planning for small business owners, and Retirement Planning for individuals of all income levels. In the area of Elder Law, Mr. Goode will guide you through the complexities of Medicaid laws, explain the options available to pay for home health care, assisted living and nursing home costs, assist you in qualifying for these benefits, and implement a plan to protect your assets from nursing home costs. His probate representation practice includes guardianships and other protective proceedings, the probate of Wills, and the administration of Trusts. Mr. Goode currently resides in East Setauket, New York with his wife, Karen and two children, William & Caitlyn.
- 2000 New York
- Super Starter Award - Metlife - 2010