Jason Neufeld

Top rated Elder Law attorney in Aventura, Florida

Elder Needs Law, PLLC
Jason Neufeld
Elder Needs Law, PLLC

Practice Areas: Elder Law, Estate Planning & Probate, Personal Injury; view more

Licensed in Florida since: 2007

Education: University of Miami School of Law

Selected to Super Lawyers: 2023 Selected to Rising Stars: 2013 - 2020
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Elder Needs Law, PLLC

2641 NE 207th St
Suite 100
Aventura, FL 33180 Visit website


Jason Neufeld is an elder law attorney at Elder Needs Law, PLLC., where he focuses his practice primarily on Florida Medicaid planning and estate planning (Wills, Trusts, Durable Power of Attorney, Health Care Surrogate Designation, Living Will, etc..).

Medicaid planning is the legal and ethical protection of assets to get Florida Medicaid to pay for home health care, ALF care, nursing home care, and provide assistance with prescriptions, medical bills and provide extra cash to those in need.

Jason is also affiliated with Neufeld, Kleinberg & Pinkiert, PA, a personal injury litigation law firm. 

In an effort to provide a more holistic service, Jason also has his life and health insurance license and is affiliated with: Elder Needs Insurance, which focuses on making sure those over the age of 65 have the best Medicare Supplement, Medicare Advantage Plan, Pre-Paid Burial Insurance and other life insurance needs to meet their estate planning goals and to ensure they have the best cost-effective health insurance available. Full disclosures here: https://www.elderneedsinsurance.com/disclosure.  

In his personal injury practice, Mr. Neufeld provides advice and counsel to elderly clients (who have unique needs and issues e.g. Medicare liens, Medicaid preservation, etc...) who have incurred economic and noneconomic losses due to the negligence or recklessness of other parties. He co-counsels on nursing home or ALF abuse cases. Mr. Neufeld has obtained favorable results both in and out of the courtroom, including sizable settlements and jury awards, and his fellow professionals have taken note of his successful track record. He has received both an AV Preeminent* peer review rating through Martindale-Hubbell and a 10.0 "Superb" peer review rating through Avvo. In addition, Mr. Neufeld has been named to Florida Trend magazine's annual Florida Legal Elite list.

After graduating from Emory University in 2002, Mr. Neufeld enrolled at the University of Miami, and in 2007 he obtained both a law degree from the University of Miami School of Law and a Master of Business Administration from the Miami Business School. 

Jason serves on the Miami Mayor's Initiative in Aging, Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and is a past president of the North Dade Bar Association 

*AV®, AV Preeminent®, Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished and Martindale-Hubbell Notable are certification marks used under license in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell® is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.

Practice areas

Elder Law, Estate Planning & Probate, Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff

Focus areas

Brain Injury, Estate Planning, Living Wills, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Power of Attorney, Premises Liability - Plaintiff, Slip and Fall, Trucking Accidents, Trusts, Wills, Wrongful Death

  • 70% Elder Law
  • 20% Estate Planning & Probate
  • 10% Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff

First Admitted: 2007, Florida

Professional Webpage: https://www.elderneedslaw.com

Pro bono/Community Service:
  • Leadership Broward Foundation, Class XXXII, August 1, 2012-Present
  • Broward Legal Aid Pro Bono Volunteer of the Month (May 2020) , 2020
  • Emerge Broward, Member, February 1, 2011-January 2014
  • Ancient Spanish Monastery, Board of Directors, 2015
  • YPNMB, Founding Member
  • Emerge Broward, Board Engagement Co-Chair, February 1, 2011-January 2014
  • B'nai B'rith Justice Unit, Broward County
  • 11th Judicial Circuit Bar, Grievance Panel
  • North Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors, 2016
  • Ghost Light Society, Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Member, August 1, 2012-2014
  • 2-1-1 Broward, Board of Directors, May 1, 2011-January, 2013
  • Greater Miami Jewish Federation, North Dade Branch, Board of Directors, 2016
  • Jason Neufeld Day, Proclamation by City of North Miami Beach, 2007
  • Top Personal Injury Lawyer, Avvo
  • Top Personal Injury Lawyer, Florida Trend Magazine’s Legal Elite
  • Florida Trend’s Legal Elite Up and Comer, 2012
  • Top Personal Injury Lawyer, Super Lawyers Magazine, 2012-2016
  • Super Lawyers, Rising Star, 2013-2015
Educational Background:
  • University of Miami School of Law, 2007
  • University of Miami, Masters of Business Administration, 2007
  • Emory University, Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, 2002
Representative Clients:
  • MEDICAID PLANNING: A typical client may have too much income and between $25,000 - $750,000 worth of assets. We are able to develop a plan using a combination legal and ethical strategies to protect the client's assets and qualify them for Medicaid Waiver (helps pay for home care or ALF care) or ICP (pays for skilled nursing home care).  ESTATE PLANNING: Assisting clients with Durable Power of Attorney, Last Will & Testament, Revocable Living Trusts, Health Care Surrogate Designations, Living Wills, Lady Bird Deeds and more. , 2020
White Papers:
  • A short Florida medicaid-planning whitepaper. , What Is Medicaid Planning and Common Medicaid Asset Protection Mistakes, 2020
  • This document will review the following typical estate planning and incapacity planning documents utilized in Florida:‍1. Last Will and Testament2. Revocable Trust (i.e. Revocable Living Trust or Living Trust)3. Durable Power of Attorney4. Health Care Surrogate Designation (combined with Healthcare POA)5. Living Will (End of Life Healthcare Advanced Directives), Basic Florida Estate Planning Concepts, 2020
  • This short booklet is designed to give an overview of the following:‍1. Estate Planning Considerations for Parents who are Expecting or with Young Children2. Essential Components of Any Estate Plan3. Estate Planning Considerations for those having Children via Surrogacy or Assisted Reproductive Technology4. Tips on Creating an Estate Plan for Children with Special Needs, Florida Estate Planning For Young Families, 2020
Special Licenses/Certifications:
Bar/Professional Activity:
  • Board of Directors: Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, 2021
  • Miami Mayor's Initiative on Aging Committee, 2020
  • CLE Presentation to Broward County Bar Association (and 7 other bar associations around Florida): Medicaid Planning 101, 2020
  • National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, 2020
  • Florida, 2007
  • Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, 2020
  • Florida Justice Association, Member
  • North Dade Bar Association, President, 2014
  • North Dade Bar Association, Vice President, 2013
  • North Dade Bar Association, Board of Directors
  • North Dade Bar Association, Treasurer, 2012
Scholarly Lectures/Writings:
  • In Florida, those who desire help paying for home-health care or ALF care need to apply for the "Medicaid Waiver Program" (a/k/a Home and Community Based Services). However, before submitting an application, the individual must sit on a waitlist. This presentation is designed to educate Florida Elder Law Attorneys on how to help their clients minimize time spent on the waitlist., Featured Lecturer, How to Maximize Your Client's Priority Score for Home & Community Based Services (to reduce time spent on the Medicaid Waiver waitlist), Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, Elderly, Senior Citizens, Disabled Individuals, Floridians, 2022
  • This was a presentation provided to the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys at their December 2021 "UnProgram" Conference in Orlando, Florida, Featured Lecturer, Medicaid Waiver Services and the Participant Directed Option, Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys, Florida Elder Law Attorneys, 2021
  • Elder Law Webinar: Medicaid-Planning 101How to get Medicaid to pay for long-term care and medical expenses, without having to go broke!Panel: Jason Neufeld, Esq. Jill Ginsberg, Esq.  This Seminar will cover: What is Elder Law? What is Medicaid Planning? How to qualify for Medicaid What Will Medicaid Pay For? What is the Lookback Period? Converting Countable Assets into Non-Countable Assets Minimizing Medicaid Estate Recovery   1 General CLE Credit , Lecturer, Elder Law Webinar: Getting Medicaid to pay expenses, without going broke!, Broward Bar Association CLE, 2020
  • As we age, the exorbitant cost of long-term care is, by far, the greatest risk to one's financial security. From hiring a home-health aide, to paying for assisted living facilities or nursing home care, five years of long-term care can easily cost between $200,000.00 and $600,000.00 - which will completely decimate the life savings of most Americans. Most people don’t realize that Medicaid is available to pay for long term care expenses. Even fewer know that one can legally and ethically qualify for Medicaid before going broke!This book was written by an elder law attorney and includes an overview of Medicaid Planning, with chapters devoted to: - The Medicaid Income and Asset Tests - Countable vs. Non-Countable Assets - What is a Qualified Income Trusts (Miller Trust) - and when is one needed? - How to Protect Your Home (or sell the house and still be Medicaid eligibility) - Clarifying the 5-year look back period (no, you shouldn't have to wait 5 years to engage in Medicaid Planning) - Personal Services Contracts (Caregiver Agreements) - Special Needs Trusts - How to minimize or avoid Medicaid estate recovery - other lesser-known Medicaid Planning techniquesThe book will explain how to take someone with too many assets and qualify them for Medicaid. It will also explain how to protect one's Medicaid eligibility after receiving a sudden influx of assets (such as from a personal-injury settlement or after receiving an inheritance).Given the amount of misinformation being disseminated about Medicaid, and who is able to obtain those long-term care benefits, this guide (written by a Florida Medicaid lawyer - https://www.elderneedslaw.com/ - for the benefit of non-lawyers) seeks to provide clear steps to enable you to understand how you can tap valuable resources in order to care for yourself, your spouse, or your elderly loved one., Author, How to get Medicaid to pay for some or ALL of your long-term care expenses: without having to wait 5 years; without having to sell your house; and without having to go broke first., 2018
Industry Groups:
  • 11th Circuit Grievance Committee
  • Academy Of Florida Elder Law Attorneys
  • Broward County Bar Association Elder Law Committee
  • Florida Bar Elder Law Section
  • Florida Justice Association
  • North Dade Bar Association

Office location for Jason Neufeld

2641 NE 207th St
Suite 100
Aventura, FL 33180

Phone: 786-681-1549


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  • Super Lawyers: 2023
  • Rising Stars: 2013 - 2020

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