Central Business District, New York

Louis C. Noto

Louis C. Noto

16 E Main St., Suite 200
Rochester, NY 14614
(585) 232-1815
Louis C. Noto, Real Estate Attorneys, Services, Rochester, New York

With over 50 years of experience, attorney Louis C. Noto in Rochester, NY, offers his knowledgeable, professional services in the practice of civil and family law to residents of Monroe County. From health care proxies, wills, trusts, estate planning and elder care, this lawyer will meet your needs with empathy and individualized attention.

Mr. Noto’s experience and reasonable rates will provide you with an attorney you can trust with your legal documentation at a cost you can afford. This attorney also provides services such as wrongful death, malpractice, personal injury, DWI and divorce. If you need representation in court, you can trust Louis C. Noto’s experience and excellence for quality representation for you or your loved one.

For more information on how attorney Louis C. Noto can fight for you or for a comprehensive list of his services and expertise, contact him now. Call today at (585) 232-1815.

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3 Reasons to Update Your Will , Rochester, New York
If you’re like many people, your will is at the heart of your estate planning strategy. If you have experienced one or more life-changing events since the last time yo...read more
What Assets Can Be Placed in a Living Trust?, Rochester, New York
Unlike wills, which list the deceased’s cumulative wishes in a tangible document, trusts are used to privately hold and transport money and assets after the holder passes a...read more
How to Choose an Executor for Your Will, Rochester, New York
A will is an essential estate planning document that states how you want your assets to be handled upon your death. The person in charge of carrying out the will ...read more
3 Steps for Preparing to Meet a Divorce Lawyer, Rochester, New York
When your marriage has proven untenable, choosing to go through with a divorce is a brave and logical decision. In the upcoming months, you’ll likely face more challenges, ...read more
5 FAQ About Elder Abuse, Rochester, New York
Abuse can happen anywhere, even in elder care facilities. Elder abuse is an issue that merits serious attention because of older adults’ vulnerability. To underst...read more
It’s smart to have a prearranged power of attorney (POA) as you plan for the future. This is a document that grants someone you trust the legal right to act on your behalf ...read more
By preparing for the future now, you’ll have peace of mind that your loved ones will be provided for after you’re gone. That’s why many people make estate planning a priority.&n...read more
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Probate encompasses the legal processes and procedures that must be followed to resolve the estate of a deceased person. Like all states, New York has its own probate laws, and ...read more
While not all individuals need to create trusts or establish powers of attorney, everyone should have a will. A last will and testament is arguably the most important estate pla...read more
As you head into retirement, you’re acclimating to new changes like Social Security, elder care issues, and Medicare coverage. Maximizing your Medicare cover...read more
After an automobile accident has left you injured, a personal injury lawsuit may grant you compensation. Before starting the process, you should contact an experienced attorney ...read more
During estate planning, you can set up trusts, which can be created by a will when you pass, or during your lifetime. These legal documents serve as vehicles for any assets that...read more
A power of attorney (POA) is an arrangement that gives someone the legal authority to act on your behalf. Depending on the type of POA granted, the person you name may...read more
People choose estate planning to put their affairs in order and make lasting decisions. For example, living and last wills allow you to plan who will inherit your assets and mak...read more
Diseases, injuries, and chronic conditions can leave an individual unable to communicate. This means you may not be able to make health care decisions when you need to. During e...read more
Personal injury law handles any case in which one individual sustains damages— be they physical, financial, or emotional— due to the recklessness or negligence of another. If you fin...read more
If you’re considering estate planning, you may be wondering what documents to include. When it comes to distributing assets, few options compare to the benefits of trusts. ...read more
When you file for divorce, there are many changes you’ll need to go through to move forward. Whether you are a parent or not, meet with an attorney during the proceedings t...read more
When you reach adulthood, it’s important to begin the estate planning process sooner rather than later. Doing so will help you protect your best interests and your loved ones. If you...read more
Elder abuse is unfortunately common, so those who have aging loved ones should familiarize themselves with the warning signs. The sooner you recognize that a relative may b...read more
In common parlance, personal injury refers to physical harm. However, in the insurance industry and legal world, this category is much broader, covering a wide range of harms a ...read more
Writing a will is a key part of estate planning. It enables you to decide how your property will be divided after you’re gone. Creating a will isn’t as simple as jotting do...read more
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Your initial consultation with your divorce lawyer is an opportunity to explore your legal options. Get the most out of the meeting by providing your lawyer with the information they...read more
A durable power of attorney allows you to plan for the future of your personal finances and health. If you are unable to make decisions about your medical or financial affairs d...read more
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