Washington, District Of Columbia

Law Offices of Clifford M. Cohen

Law Offices of Clifford M. Cohen

5335 Wisconsin Ave NW , #440
Washington, DC 20015
Law Offices of Clifford M. Cohen, Elder Law, Services, Washington, District Of Columbia

Growing older comes with its own set of legal considerations. At the Law Offices of Clifford M. Cohen, Attorney Clifford M. Cohen, Esq., offers estate planning and elder law services to the residents of Washington, DC, and Montgomery County, Maryland. He is dedicated to giving you peace of mind and protection for yourself and your loved ones.

Drawn from more than three decades of legal experience, Attorney Cohen understands the intricacies of the law and how to best meet your goals. He is focused on building relationships with his clients in order to custom-design the legal plans and strategies that are most appropriate to their situations. He takes the time to get to know you, the client, and your needs.

Attorney Cohen and his team offer a variety of legal services for the maturing population. Services include the following: 


  • Wills & Trusts
  • Estate Administration
  • Asset Protection
  • Tax Planning
  • Long-Term Care Planning
  • Planning For Those Who Have Children With Special Needs
  • Elder Abuse Issues

When you choose the Law Offices of Clifford M. Cohen, you can be confident you are receiving premier quality legal counsel that honors your wishes and plans for the future. They proudly work with individuals, families, and businesses. Regardless of the size of your estate or business, you will find the solutions you need with this DC-based estate planning attorney.

Call the Law Offices of Clifford M. Cohen at (202) 895-2799 to speak to an elder law attorney today. You can also visit the firm online to learn more about Attorney Cohen and the services he offers. Make sure you have a plan in place that carries your legacy to future generations and call today. 

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