Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq.,
a NJ Estate Planning
Looking into the future…
By Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. of Hanlon Niemann, a Freehold, Monmouth County New Jersey Estate Planning Law Attorney.
Many families whose lives are affected by disability, mental or physical incapacity and/or illness worry about the future. Who will care for my loved one when I am gone? Will he or she have the financial support, resources and services that they need? Who will look out for them? Who will help them make important medical, financial and life care decisions?
Our New Jersey estate planning attorneys can simplify the decision making process for you. Estate Planning is important in two ways: It can save your estate from excessive taxation and avoid health care impoverishment by accessing public and private benefit programs.
The expertise of an elder law and NJ estate planning lawyer is especially helpful considering that many of the New Jersey estate planning techniques boil down to one concept – the elderly should not die with a large taxable estate. This implies that the assets are either spent or given away. We can help you preserve your assets without losing all control.
As estate planning lawyers, Hanlon Niemann has the expertise to maximize the tax savings, protect your assets and qualify for private and public benefits if your health deteriorates.
If you own a home, have liquid assets such as a savings or investment account, retirement account, business interests and family members you love, then you should rely on the experience of our New Jersey Estate Planning counsel to help plan and protect your estate for your future.
An effective estate plan will ensure the financial security of those you love. If you don’t plan for what happens to your estate upon your death, the government will decide how your estate is distributed.
Your NJ Estate Planning Attorney Makes a Difference
Our practice understands that sound tax and estate planning and asset protection strategies will entitle you to benefits. We believe that it does no good to do a great estate plan if it doesn’t protect your assets against catastrophic illness.
By combining estate planning with asset protection plans and trusts, you are able to protect the rights of yourself and your spouse to receive care when necessary, while maintaining an inheritance to pass on to your family.
Looking into the future…
Many families whose lives are affected by disability, mental or physical incapacity and/or illness worry about the future. Who will care for my loved one when I am gone? Will he or she have the support, resources and services that they need?
Who will look out for them? Who will help them make important medical, financial and life decisions?
You should consider advice from Hanlon Niemann on an estate plan if you can answer yes to any of the following questions:
- Do you wish to protect your spouse?
- Do you care about who inherits your property?
- Do you care about your health care treatment?
- Are you the parent of a minor and/or adult disabled child?
- Do you want to avoid the public proceedings of a guardianship and/or
- Do you wish to avoid or minimize estate and income taxes?