Tanya Hobson-Williams, Esq. is the Principal of Hobson-Williams, P.C. with offices in Queens and Brooklyn. Her practice concentrates primarily on elder law and guardianship matters, which also encompasses litigating real estate and landlord-tenant cases. Her practice has resulted in a number of legal decisions that have assisted attorneys in the practice of guardianship law and has written a number of articles on guardianship practice in New York and Medicaid planning for seniors. Ms. Hobson-Williams has been sought as a thought leader in these practice areas. She has been interviewed by various publications, including Newsday, Erickson Tribune, Bigger Law Firm and Long Island Business News, among others. Ms. Hobson-Williams is also a faculty member for Lawline, in which she gives CLE presentations on Medicaid and guardianship issues to attorneys. She obtained her B.A. in Government and Politics from St. John’s University and her law degree from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.