Super Lawyers Recognizes Brian Andrew Tully of Tully Law, PC for Eighth Consecutive Year
Melville, NY — Brian Andrew Tully, founder of Tully Law, PC, was selected to the 2018 New York Metro Super Lawyers list. He was recognized in the practice areas of Elder Law and Estate Planning & Probate for the eighth straight year.
A member of the Suffolk County and New York State Bar Associations, Mr. Tully is certified as an elder law attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation and concentrates his law practice on life care planning, elder law, estate planning, Medicaid benefits and asset protection. He is accredited by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to represent and assist veterans and their spouses in the preparation, presentation, and prosecution of claims for benefits, including the Aid and Attendance Pension. In addition, he is a Certified Attorney with the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and a Board Member of the Long Island Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.
In 2004, he founded the ElderCare Resource Center, Inc., whose mission is to be a community resource for support, answers, and expertise in regard to advance planning and informed decision-making about present and future long-term healthcare. The Suffolk Nassau Regional Business Partnership voted the ElderCare Resource Center as Educational Business of the Year in 2005.
In addition to his practice, Mr. Tully has been a guest speaker before numerous organizations, providing information about the financial and legal resources Long Island caregivers can utilize to provide optimal long-term care to their loved ones.
“This recognition reflects the dedication and effort the firm puts in every day for our clients,” Mr. Tully said. “Only a small percentage of attorneys are chosen and each nominee goes through a very thorough screening process. I am glad to have been chosen a member of this elite group.”
The Super Lawyers list is issued by Thomson Reuters. A description of the selection methodology can be found at https://www.superlawyers.com/about/selection_process.html. No aspect of this article has been approved by the Courts of the State of New York.