STEVEN H. LINDE, J.D., LL.M.
Steven Linde was born and raised in Miami. He earned his undergraduate degree in Accounting from the University of Miami and his law degree from the prestigious Northwestern University, Pritzker School of Law, in Chicago. After graduating from law school, Steven started his legal career in New York City as a corporate transactional attorney at a renowned international law firm.
In 2011, Steven returned to South Florida and matriculated in the Heckerling Graduate Program in Estate Planning (L.L.M.) at the University of Miami School of Law, where he graduated with a masters degree in estate and tax planning. Steven was an attorney in the private wealth services group at Greenberg Traurig, P.A., and for the last several years, Steven has served as in-house legal counsel and trust officer for a billion dollar Florida chartered pubic trust company headquartered in Miami. Since 2013, Steven has been an adjunct lecturer at Barry University in Miami Shores, teaching a graduate course “Legal and Ethical Issues in Occupation Therapy” to O.T. students.
Steven’s interest in elder law developed at a tender age as his maternal grandmother suffered from dementia. He watched firsthand as his family, particularly his mother, struggled as caregiver, advocate, and responsible party for her wellbeing. Navigating from independent care through assisted living and eventually to a memory support unit within a skilled nursing home, Steven experienced the wide-range of challenges that come with caring for an aging loved one. Steven is also a proud son and grandson of members of the United States Armed Forces. Both his paternal grandfather (WWII) and his mother (Occupational Therapist for the 324th Combat Support Hospital, Reserves) proudly served in the U.S. Army.
When Steven is not leading our office and working hard for his clients, he serves on the several philanthropic boards and committees and enjoys spending quality time with his wife and two young children.
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SHOHAM SEGAL, J.D.
A summa cum laude graduate of Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law School, Shoham Segal graduated law school in the top 1% of his 300+ student class, earning numerous academic awards and honors. After graduation, Shoham began his legal career at two prestigious boutique law firms in South Florida, where he successfully represented businesses and individuals in a variety of complex commercial matters, including real estate litigation and transactions, business litigation and transactions, appellate litigation, probate litigation and creditor’s rights.
Shoham transitioned his practice's focus to Elder Law and Medicaid Planning after witnessing firsthand the hardships resulting from elder loved-ones needing long-term care. Both of Shoham's grandmothers suffered from debilitating physical ailments as well as dementia and Alzheimers in their final years. His paternal grandmother spent nearly 6 years requiring in-home assistance and nursing home care, and his maternal grandmother required 24/7 in-home care. Shoham recalls how helpless his parents felt at times, and uses these experiences as motivation to help as many families as he can in similar circumstances.
Now living in Las Vegas with his wife and two boys, Shoham represents his clients with the zeal and experience of a relentless litigator, finding unique ways to protect and preserve his clients' interests and assets in their times of need.
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