At Amoruso & Amoruso LLP, we strive to provide top-tier service for your comprehensive estate planning needs. Just as important for us are the organizations that make a difference for the elder and special needs community in and around Westchester County.
We take seriously our role as the area’s premier estate planning, elder law, and long-term care attorneys. So we use the same knowledge, skills, and resources that our clients expect to help people who never set foot in our office. What makes a community great is everybody living with dignity, understanding and exercising their rights, and, most importantly, caring for one another.
Our commitment to corporate social responsibility is strong, as we are active in several bar associations and sections, professional associations, and nonprofit groups. It truly fulfills us to provide leadership in various elder law, special needs, and charitable organizations. These are some of the causes we at Amoruso & Amoruso LLP champion.
Since 1929, this nonprofit group has delivered independence and dignity to people across the U.S. The Seeing Eye trains guide dogs and partners them with members of the blind and visually impaired population. It’s the oldest existing guide dog school in the world. Besides being on its Board of Trustees, Michael Amoruso is a graduate of the group; he is with his fourth Seeing Eye companion, Forbes.
Michael Amoruso and Sreelekha Chakrabarty Amoruso have a long history with this organization. Besides improving and influencing public policy for seniors and those with special needs, NAELA aims to “equip attorneys for the complexity of serving older adults and people with disabilities through education, advocacy, and community.” Michael Amoruso is a past national president as well as for the New York Chapter of NAELA. He is also an elected NAELA Council of Advanced Practitioners member and a NAELA Fellow. He is the recipient of the 2013 NAELA President’s Recognition Award and the 2010 NAELA Outstanding New York Chapter Member Award.
This health services organization’s mission is to deliver home care to the Westchester County community. It provides skilled nursing, home health aides, rehabilitation, care coordination, and social work services. Michael Amoruso is a proud VNS of Westchester board member.
A Medicare-certified 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, Hospice of Westchester provides dignity to the end-of-life process for residents in Westchester County. Michael Amoruso is a past board member for this vital, compassionate resource for the Westchester community.
This Lido Beach, New York-based group promotes artistic expression and physical recreation for children with special needs and their families. Named for a child born with a severe congenital condition called microcephaly, the Theresa Foundation provides grants to organizations and charities across the U.S. Michael Amoruso is a 2014 NAELA Theresa Foundation Award recipient and a permanent nominating committee member.
Michael was a founding Principal of this premier ground-breaking document assembly SaaS company for elder law, estate planning, and special needs attorneys. Besides being an innovative SaaS, it provides continuing legal education and a platform for its robust community of practitioners. This innovative enterprise has recently merged with WealthCounsel, LLC.
Our success as the most recognized name in comprehensive estate planning in Westchester County and the surrounding areas speaks to our dedication to our clients and their loved ones. With a deep and abiding connection to our communities, Amoruso & Amoruso LLP is passionate about improving people’s lives and making a practical difference. Contributing to these dedicated organizations’ efforts is just one of the ways we pay it forward.