There is never a “one size fits all” estate plan. Every client has an individual and distinct estate plan that should be properly drafted to protect your legacy.


When a loved one can no longer make decisions for him or herself or has special needs
then a guardian may need to be appointed



Applying for Community or Nursing Home Medicaid can be very overwhelming. We’re here to guide you through each step. With the rising cost of health care…


If a loved one passes away and you are seeking guidance and legal advice on how to
navigate through the probate process,


Rochelle L. Verron is the Founder & Managing Partner of Verron Law Group P.C. Rochelle has eleven years of experience in the area of Elder Law and Trust and Estates and before to attending law school, she graduated from John Jay College in New York City with a degree in Criminal Justice. Inspired by her work in the legal field, she went on to attend Touro Law School here on Long Island where she earned her juris doctorate, cum laude. Honors include:

  • CALI Award: Top Legal Advocate
  • CALI Award: Estate Litigation
  • CALI Award: Federal Income Tax
  • Published in the Suffolk County Lawyer
  • Published in New York Law Journal
  • Competition Editor, Moot Court Honors Board
  • Whittier Law School National Competition Award Recipient

  • Touro Law School award for Special Legal Service to the Community

Rochelle focuses her practice in all areas of Elder Law as well as Estate Planning, Estate Administration, and Guardianships. She can also provide invaluable support on obtaining Medicaid eligibility with simultaneous or subsequent asset protection.

It’s not easy and often uncomfortable to address personal, financial, and family matters during the legal process but you can be confident that Rochelle will help make the process clear, help you understand your options, and allow you to have peace of mind for the future.

Being family-oriented, Rochelle takes great pride in being able to help the elderly and also position younger families with a more secure future. Rochelle is a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, as well as the Suffolk County Elder Law Committee.