Martin Glass focuses his practice on elder law, trusts, estate planning, planned giving, long-term care, special needs planning, and asset preservation. His experience includes drafting wills and trusts from the straightforward to the complex, as well as the complicated process of preparing and steering Medicaid applications through the appropriate government and social service agencies. Marty also advises clients on business succession and tax planning issues.
Marty began his professional career as a software engineer after completing his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering. After 15 years, while working full-time as an engineer, Marty attended law school. He began his legal career as a patent attorney, but quickly moved to elder law and estate planning, where he has concentrated his practice ever since. Prior to joining Campolo Middleton, Marty was associated with a prominent elder law and estate planning firm.
State University of New York, Buffalo, B.S.E.E.
Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, J.D.
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Boards, Associations and Leadership
Member, New York State Bar Association, Elder Law and Trusts and Estates Sections
Member, Suffolk County Bar Association, Elder Law and Surrogate Court Committees
Co-Chair, Orion Resource Group, Long Island Chapter
Advisory Board Member, Curriculum and Instruction, Comsewogue School District
Executive Board of Directors, Senior Umbrella Network of Suffolk County
Counsel, Comsewogue For Students Foundation, Inc.
Past Scoutmaster, Boy Scouts