Rampulla & Newstad LLP

Practice Areas

Asset Protection

At Rampulla & Newstad LLP, we use a combination of proven tools and strategies to protect our clients’ assets. Together, we will take all necessary steps to plan ahead, before you risk depleting your savings or the assets you are planning to leave your loved ones.

Business Law

Rampulla & Newstad LLP has decades of experience handling a wide range of business transactions for our clients across New York and New Jersey.

Elder Law & Medicaid Planning

Elder law encompasses a wide range of practice areas, including estate planning, long-term care planning, Medicaid planning, asset protection, guardianship, and more. At Rampulla & Newstad LLP, we use all of these strategies to help elders and their families manage the challenges that come with growing older.

Estate Planning

While it may be a difficult subject to address, planning for your future is extremely important. The sooner you begin the process the sooner you will have peace of mind in knowing your family and everything you worked for is properly protected.

Probate & Trust Administration

When individuals die, whatever worldly possessions they have pass to their heirs. That sounds seamless and effortless, but that’s rarely the reality. If a person leaves a will, the surrogate court must validate that will so that an executor can begin to execute the terms. If a person dies intestate, the surrogate court will approve an estate administrator selected by the known heirs to settle the estate and transfer the assets according to the state’s laws of inheritance. Each process requires great attention to detail.

Real Estate Transactions

Rampulla & Newstad LLP has a combined 50 years of experience handling a wide range of real estate transactions for our clients across New York and New Jersey.

Special Needs Trust Planning

If you are raising a loved one with special needs, you know the importance of government assistance programs such as Medicaid and Social Security Income (SSI) in helping your loved one receive the care he or she needs. However, you are also likely cognizant of the fact that this assistance is not enough to provide the best possible care. Special needs planning allows for the provision of services that are not covered by government programs while simultaneously preserving your loved one’s eligibility for these programs.