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The Council of Administrators and Supervisors is happy to announce that Nicole Zuvich of the Law Offices of Nicole Zuvich, P.C. is now available to CAS members seeking legal services for:

Estate Planning
(Power of Attorney, Health Care Proxy, Living Will & Last Will &Testament)
Elder Law
Medicaid Planning
Probate and Estate Administration
Special Needs Trusts


Nicole will provide CAS members with a Free No Cost consultation and a 25% fee discount should they decide to move forward. For more information, please call or visit

400 West Main Street, Suite 332
Babylon, NY 11702
PHONE: (631) 840-6580
FAX: (631) 840-0084
1050 Franklin Avenue, Suite 308
Garden City, NY 11530


About Nicole Zuvich

Nicole J. Zuvich, Esq., is the owner and lead partner at the Law Offices of Nicole Zuvich, P.C, located in Garden City and Babylon, New York. Ms. Zuvich has been involved in Elder Law and Estate Planning for over fifteen (15) years to achieve each client’s long-term planning goals.​

Nicole Zuvich is a Past-President of the Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association. She is the recipient of the 2008 Suffolk County Women’s Bar Association’s President’s Award and the 2011 Doris S. Hoffman Outstanding New Lawyer Award. Additionally, Nicole is a member of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Elder Law, Social Services & Health Advocacy, and Surrogate’s Court Committees. She is also involved in animal rescue and is a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association’s Animal Rights Committee. Ms. Zuvich supports the Wounded Warrior Project by volunteering with several veterans’ organizations to raise awareness and generate resources for veterans suffering from PTSD.​

Nicole graduated summa cum laude from Hofstra University. She received her law degree from St. John’s University School of Law, where she attended on a scholarship from the Thomas Shortmann Academic Scholarship Fund, 32BJ Employee’s Union.

As part of her practice, Ms. Zuvich strives to ensure that clients in need of long-term medical assistance are properly provided for through either long-term Medicaid planning or home care Medicaid planning. She also works to advocate for those requiring assistance both in their home and through long-term care, ensuring that they are provided sustenance with the utmost dignity and respect.

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