Andrew P. Bigness, Esq., an attorney in New York’s Capital Region, is an associate with Rosenstein Chicatelli, PLLC, where his practice is focused on transactional real estate law and wills, trusts, and estates.
As a member of one of area’s most established real estate law practices, Andrew routinely represents clients in residential and commercial real estate transactions and related matters, including title insurance issues, landlord-tenant disputes, and corporate counseling. Andrew’s style of real estate law practice is in keeping with that of the firm’s founding partner, Chuck Rosenstein: straightforward and results-oriented. Andrew also brings his own experience as a former legislative staffer to the closing table in the way he interprets the language of a contract and advocates for his clients.
Estate planning is personal for Andrew. In addition to the preparation of wills, trusts, health care proxies, and powers of attorney, Andrew has a particular expertise in Medicaid planning and special needs planning (supplemental needs trusts and guardianships).
A Capital Region native, Andrew is a graduate of LaSalle Institute, Union College and Albany Law School, and is admitted to practice law in New York and New Hampshire. He studied at the National University of Ireland for a semester as an undergraduate. While in law school, he completed legal internships with a local public defender’s office and with the General Counsel of a New York State public authority.
Andrew serves as a board member for two local organizations: Hometown Health Centers and the Joan Nicole Prince Home.