Because Frank Herzog has first-hand experience with the challenges that families face, he does everything in his power to help clients prepare for, and cope with, the many challenges that arise in life.
He has been helping Connecticut families manage their legal, financial, and real estate challenges for over 20 years. His areas of practice include estate planning, elder law, long-term care and Medicaid planning, probate, estate administration, and real estate. It is in the field of trusts where his mastery of the law is most evident as he works to protect the assets of his hard-working clients.
His childhood experiences inspired him to focus on law as a profession. His mother suffered from debilitating illnesses. After his father’s passing, Frank was his mother’s caretaker for 16 years. Because of that personal experience, he wants to help people prepare for and cope with the many challenges that come with growing older.
Frank Herzog is a sought-after speaker on estate and elder law topics. He served as an instructor at EASTCONN, the non-profit public regional educational service. He has taught courses in Estate Planning for Parents of Young Children and Estate Planning Protections & Peace of Mind.
Originally from Haverstraw, New York, he is the son of Hungarian immigrants. He is married and the father of two. Frank is a runner, a marathoner, and a competitive fencer. He also enjoys mountain climbing, hiking, and ballroom dancing.
Frank Herzog is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Windham County Bar Association, the Connecticut Bar Association, and the Elder Law Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association.
He has been appointed to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut. Frank received his Juris Doctor degree from Massachusetts School of Law and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Social Science from St. Thomas Aquinas College. Frank Herzog