Life is a Journey

As we get older, we understand that life is a journey. Each of us take different paths, but all of us strive to live the path of happiness, meaning and a long, happy life.

The words Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Parkinson’s, Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes…. each strikes terror in the minds and hearts of every person diagnosed or suffering from these horrible diseases. Unfortunately, for them, this is the path their life’s journey has taken them.

Don’t bear the burden alone. Call Fredrick P. Niemann right away to schedule a discussion of your important legal matter.

Chances are you’re reading this site because your husband or wife, mom or dad, or family member is not doing well, or recently received an unexpected poor medical diagnosis.

Maybe intuitively you are afraid that in the future you or someone important to you will get sick, need care and lose a lifetime of income and savings to a nursing home or to long term illness. You have questions like “can I save my house”, “will I become destitute”, “how can I protect my spouse”, “how do I find and receive the best possible care”, “am I personally liable for the costs of care for my father, mother or loved one”.

I want you to contact me today.

I can help you, but you need to let me help you.

I can be reached at (855) 376-5291

or by email at

I have written or have available many easy to read and understandable books and articles on elder law issues including (1) A Consumer’s Guide to Understanding and Protecting Nursing Home Residents’ Rights; (2) Elder Law, Estate Planning, Asset & Income Protection; (3) New Jersey Nursing Home, Assisted Living and Hospice Guide; (4) VA Pensions for Veterans and Their Spouses; (5) Medicare and Medicaid Facts and Figures; (6) The Consumer’s Guide to Medicaid Planning and Division of Assets; (7) Seven Reasons Why It’s Important to Talk to an Attorney Who Understands the Needs of Hospice Patients and Their Families; (8) VA Pensions for Veterans and Their Spouses; (9) The 2009 Personal Reference Guide to Social Security, Medicaid Eligibility, Long Term Care, Insurance and other Timely Tax Information for Individuals and Their Families; (10) A Primer on Special Needs Trusts; (11) 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; and (12) How to Resolve Nursing Home Problems. Each of these publications are free to you, just for asking.

You can find them HERE. No matter what your questions, no matter what burden you bear, let me calm your anxiety, work to allow you more peace of mind and try to give you hope for the future.


I will guide you and strive to protect you legally and ethically and talk to you in plain simple English. No legalese, no pretense, just straight forward answers to your questions and possible solutions to your problems. It is my privilege to help.

And to you sons and daughters, brothers and sisters and caring friends of a loved one in need. I’ll treat your loved one with the kindness, sincerity and respect of a caring compassionate professional. It is my moral and ethical obligation. I look forward to speaking to you soon.

Our offices are conveniently located on Route 9 North in Freehold, NJ.


Written by Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. of Hanlon Niemann & Wright,  A New Jersey Guardianship Attorney