Upon graduation, Marie was admitted to the practice of law in New York State and began working as an Assistant District Attorney with the Bronx District Attorneys Office. There, she was selected by the Appeals Bureau to draft legal briefs and argue cases before the NY State Appellate Division, First Department. Later, she took advantage of the great opportunity to gain intensive trial experience, prosecuting perpetrators of special victims (children and elderly), burglaries and robberies. While raising her family, Ms. Corliss worked part-time as counsel to nursing homes. She became an attorney with Vincent Russo and Associates before moving on to Covey, Roberts, Corliss, and Carmody-Roberts in Katonah, NY, where she became a partner focusing exclusively in the area of Elder Law.
In 2011, Marie Corliss established the Corliss Law Group, with offices in Katonah, Cortlandt Manor and in Manhattan, New York. The Corliss Law Group is entirely devoted to the fields of Estate Planning and Elder Law. Individualized, personalized attention to each clients' unique needs and goals are of paramont importance to Ms. Corliss. Special accommodations are made to ensure that each person who contacts the Corliss Law Group has access to the information they need, including a complimentary pocket size Health Care Proxy. The office offers services in these areas exclusively: Medicare & Medicaid: Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Directives; Special Needs Planning; Guardianship;Probate; Nursing Home Admissions and Issues.
Marie A. Corliss is an active member of: Elder Counsel; National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys; Elder Law Section of the NY State Bar; Elder Law Section of the Westchester Bar Association; Trust and Estates Section of the NYS Bar Association; Putnam County Estate Planning Council, and a Partner Member of the national ElderCare Matters Alliance.
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