Stefans Law Group P.C.
We focus on holistic planning solutions that integrate all aspects of care for our clients -- including financial, social, medical, and legal -- to achieve lasting security and peace of mind. Our multidisciplinary team of attorneys, certified financial planners, certified public accountants, and enrolled agents work together to create successful legal strategies for your comfort and security. We will help you maximize your assets and preserve your legacy for generations to come.
- Estate Planning
- Estate Administration & Probate
- Medicaid Applications
- Asset Protection Planning & Trusts
- Social Security & Retirement Income Planning
- Geriatric Care Management
- Special Needs Planning
- Caregiver Support
- Elder Law & Patient Advocacy
Donna Stefans is the founder and lead attorney at Stefans Law Group, PC. She has over 17 years of experience in elder law, estate and asset protection planning, estate administration, geriatric care management, special needs planning, guardianship, elder law abuse and neglect, retirement income planning and Medicaid optimization.
Ms. Stefans is also the President of Stefans Associates, Inc., a full service personal, business, and Trust, Income Tax and Accounting practice.
The third major part of Ms. Stefans’ practice is capital management and investments. She has over 24 years of experience in retirement planning, asset protection planning, and wealth management.
She is currently a Registered Investment Advisor with Cetera Advisor Networks LLC, and is an Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF). She is licensed to practice law in New York and Florida.
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Proudly serving Nassau and Suffolk Counties including Woodbury,
Syosset, Plainview, Huntington, Melville, Dix Hills, Deer Park, and Commack.
Donna M. Stefans
Stefans Law Group P.C.
Phone: (516) 692-2744
137 Woodbury Road
Woodbury, NY 11797
Christina M. Noon, Esq.
Christina has been a member of Stefans Law Group PC since the fall of 2013. Christina’s key focus has been on our Estate Planning and Estate Administration matters. Christina gained valuable experience working at Touro Law Center’s Elder Law Clinic while in law school, and afterward, as a legal assistant at an Elder Law Practice in Suffolk County. While at the Clinic, Christina represented clients in Article 17A Guardianship proceedings, assisted with Medicaid Fair Hearings and represented clients in administering the estate of their loved ones. While working at the Elder Law Practice, Christina prepared many of the client’s estate planning documents as well as assisted with estate administration matters. Christina has a personal connection with the field of Elder Law and could not picture herself involved with any other area of the law. Her strongest connection to the field was through her grandmother, Monica. Monica was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease which was triggered after the death of her husband in 2004. Christina’s grandparents had met with an Elder Law attorney years earlier and set up a plan that would last long after her grandfather’s passing and would ultimately alleviate the burdens many families experiencing this disease encounter. Having this plan in place, it allowed her family to care for Monica in the best way possible up until her death in January of 2014. Through personal experience and passion for this field, Christina looks to provide support and guidance to those families experiencing many challenging situations or to simply better prepare their families for the future.
Christine C. Cavanagh, Esq.
Christine has been an Associate Attorney at Stefans Law Group since the fall of 2014. She graduated cum laude from Touro Law Center with a Juris Doctorate degree. Before attending law school, Christine was a Mortgage Loan Officer and helped clients purchase homes by matching a variety of conforming and nonconforming loan products with their needs. In addition, Christine owned her own business for several years, which has given her practical experience handling financing, tax, and payroll matters. During Law School, Christine worked in the Touro Law Center Elder Law Clinic. Christine has experience representing clients in Article 81 & 17A Guardianship proceedings, Adoption proceedings, estate planning and estate administration matters, Medicaid planning, and elderly financial abuse cases. Personal experiences with both her parents, and the obstacles she encountered trying to assist them, was the impetus behind her decision to leave the private sector and become an Elder Law Attorney. After navigating the health care system on behalf of her parents, she vowed to help others going through the same arduous journey. Christine is a passionate advocate, and uses her knowledge and expertise to help others plan for the complicated issues of Estate Planning and Medicaid Planning. Her goal is to help others avoid the potential pitfalls that can arise as many other people face these same issues.
About the NCPC
The National Care Planning Council and its affiliated
members are dedicated to helping families recognize the need for long term care planning and to helping
implement that planning. Integrity, honesty, and a genuine concern for those who are in need of (or may need)
long term care are at the heart of our services.