As we age, we come to understand that our life is a journey, one with many different paths. While our goal is to live a long, meaningful, satisfying life, we also understand that different routes must be taken in order to achieve these goals. The route you choose and the decisions you make define who you are as a person and your life. Unfortunately, life sometimes chooses our route for us.
When people here Alzheimer’s, Diabetes, Dementia, Parkinson’s, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, etc., they automatically assume the worst. Obviously, these diseases strike fear into the hearts and minds of those diagnosed. This turns out to be one of those routes that they did not choose, but rather life has chosen for them on our adventure.
This hefty burden is not one you should have to bear by yourself. Call Fredrick P. Niemann immediately to schedule a discussion pertaining to your legal matter.
You are probably reading this site because a loved one has recently been diagnosed with an unexpected disease. Perhaps you are planning in the unfortunate case that someone close to you becomes ill and needs medical care. You are probably scared by the potentially large amount of money that it can cost to care for someone with a disease or to place someone in a nursing home. Often these concerns are justified and it is important to see an experienced attorney who can consult you on such issues and assist you in making sure you do not lose your savings and assets while caring for a loved one.
Fredrick P. Niemann is an experienced elder law attorney and would be honored to help you. Please don’t bear this burden alone. Contact him immediately at 855-376-5291 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Throughout the years as an elder law attorney, I have gained valuable experience in dealing with numerous issues related to the care of elders. I have written or have available to you many easy to understand books and articles on law issues. These include 1) Elder Law, Estate Planning, Asset & Income Protection; 2) A Consumer’s Guide to Understanding and Protecting Nursing Home Residents’ Rights; 3) VA Pensions for Veterans and Their Spouses; 4) New Jersey Nursing Home, Assisted Living and Hospice Guide; 5) The Consumer’s Guide to Medicaid Planning and Division of Assets; 6) Medicare and Medicaid Facts and Figures; 7) The 2009 Personal Reference Guide to Social Security, Medicaid Eligibility, Long Term Car, Insurance, and other Timely Tax Information for Individuals and Their Families; 8) Seven Reasons Why It’s Important to Talk to an Attorney Who Understands the Needs of Hospice Patients and Their Families; 9) The Plain Truth About Alzheimer’s Disease and the 9 Steps You Need to Take Right Now to Care for Your Loved One and to Protect Your Family’s Finances; 10) A Primer on Special Needs Trusts; and 11) How to Resolve Nursing Home Problems.
No matter how significant your burden is or what questions you may have, please allow me to assist you. Working with an experienced elder law attorney can help calm your anxiety, give you peace of mind, and help you properly plan for the future.
Fredrick P. Niemann – A Trusted, Knowledgeable, and Reliable Name in Elder Law in New Jersey.
As your attorney, I will assist in guiding you through this troubling time. I am able to speak to you practically in normal, plain English as to legal implications of your actions. Sometimes all someone needs is a “legal translator”, or someone who can take the legal language and give it to them in a straightforward, understandable manner. It is my privilege to help do so.
To those sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, and caring friends, please know I will treat your loved one with the sincerity and respect they deserve. Not only is this my ethical obligation as an attorney, but my moral obligation as well. I look forward to speaking with you soon.
Please call Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. of the Hanlon Niemann Law Firm. He can be reached at 855-376-5291 or by email at email@example.com.
Written by Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. of Hanlon Niemann & Wright, A New Jersey Appeal of Medicaid Denial Attorney