Diana Choy-Shan has been a valued associate at Genser Dubow Genser & Cona LLP since November 2009. She addresses many issues that seniors face, concentrating in asset protection planning, Medicaid planning and applications, estate planning, health care facility representation and guardianships.
Ms. Choy-Shan realized that she wanted to work in the field of Elder Law after participating in an Elder Law Clinic while earning her Juris Doctor Degree from New York Law School, from which she graduated in 2009. It was there that Ms. Choy-Shan discovered the emotionally fulfilling as well as intellectually stimulating aspects of Elder Law. She then worked at an elder law firm in Brooklyn where she gained experience in various aspects of elder law and estate planning including Guardianships and Special Needs Trusts.
Ms. Choy-Shan’s analytical abilities, problem solving skills, legal creativity, expertise and commitment to her clients make her a valuable asset to GDGC. Her compassion and enthusiasm for assisting the elderly result in satisfied clients and the advancement of the firm’s growing practice.
In addition to her law degree, Ms. Choy-Shan received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English at Drew University, as well as the Drew Recognition Award, which is given to exceptional students.
Diana Choy-Shan is a frequent lecturer on Elder Law issues. She currently serves on the Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation (LIAF) Speaker’s Bureau where she educates LIAF members and the community regarding the constantly changing Medicaid Laws and other Elder Law issues. She participates in GDGC’s Senior Dreams Come True charitable organization where she reviews and grants wishes for low-income seniors. Ms. Choy-Shan is also active in Midnight Run, an organization dedicated to supplying food, clothing and personal items to the homeless and assists Veterans with their applications for pension benefits on a pro bono basis.