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When You Need a Experienced and Highly Knowledgeable Estate & Trust Administration Attorney in New Jersey, Hanlon Niemann is Ready to Help You.
If you need advice on any aspect of estate planning and asset protection, including wills, trusts, estates, probate, succession planning, life insurance, etc. and want to talk to an experienced, sensitive and easily-approachable attorney, then call our managing partner, Fredrick P. Niemann, at 732-863-9900 or e-mail him at
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The death of a person is devastating, especially when that person was someone you love. A family needs to deal with its grief, yet the world moves forward and demands that obligations be met and affairs finalized. There are bills to pay and property to transfer. The wills and/or trust seems clear, but you don't know where to begin or exactly what to do. We can help. We're experienced probate and estate attorneys who have helped individuals and families like yours through the maze of New Jersey, multi-state probate and international estate and administration laws.
Probating a Will is New Jersey Estate Administration
The application for Probate, the qualification of the Executor and the deposition of the witness may be taken at any time following ten (10) days after the death of the individual. This delay period is designed to permit time for any person with an interest in the estate to file an objection or "caveat" to the admission of the Will to probate. This generally means the authenticity or validity of the Will is being challenged in a "Will Contest" or "Probate Dispute". READ MORE ABOUT PROBATING A WILL....
Estate Administration In New Jersey
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If you're feeling stressed, frightened and want the advice and reassurance of an experienced and caring professional, Hanlon Niemann can help.
"During a difficult period in my life, I called upon Hanlon Niemann to help me as executor to my father’s estate. Mr. Niemann stayed with me every step of the way. He is very professional in his manner and dealings, not only with me but with the attorneys, law firms, creditors and others involved in the probate of my father’s estate. I am very satisfied with his services.
—Ralph Cafaro, Manalapan, NJ "
Fredrick P. Niemann
NJ Estate Administration Attorney
Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. was invited by the Office of Elder Rights and Adult Protective Services of the Department of Health and Senior Services, Division of Aging and Community Services, to make comments on existing Adult Protective Services Programs on August 25, 2010 at the State Capitol located in Trenton, New Jersey.
On March 6th, Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. addressed the Monmouth County NJ Bar Association Family Law Committee on Special Needs Trusts, Supplemental Needs Trusts for adult and minor incapacitated children and aged parents and their use in asset planning and eligibility for government benefit programs, including Medicaid, SSI and SSD.
An Estate Attorney Who is a Probate and Trust Lawyer
Understands Probate and Trust Law and the Probate Process
An estate is the total property owned by a deceased individual prior to the distribution of that property in accordance with the terms of a will or trust, or, when there is no will or trust, by the laws of inheritance in the state where the decedent lived. If proper planning of the estate has not been done, this process can be complicated. Several things happen during this procedure:
- The will or trust is proved to be valid or invalid.
- The property covered by the will or trust is verified.
- It is determined how the property is to be distributed
- Unpaid creditors of the decedent are given the opportunity to file claims against the estate.
- Fees and taxes for administration of the estate are approved and paid.
- The assets of the estate are distributed.
An Estate and Probate Litigation Attorney Can Preserve Estate Assets
By retaining the services of a knowledgeable estate and probate attorney and elder law specialist, you benefit from their understanding of New Jersey probate law and their expertise in preserving estate assets. Reducing estate taxes is one way that an estate can retain more of its wealth for the decedent's heirs. Our attorneys know of many ways to accomplish this task.
"Mr. Niemann has been a god send to me and my family. He has met with me many, many times with patience, sensitivity and understanding that few people expect from an attorney. My family issues are complex and Mr. Niemann understands what I want to happen to my estate upon my death especially for my adult incapacitated child and other adult children. He created a special trust for my son. He has followed up with me to help me make decisions without forcing his opinions on me. In the end, he told me, AJerri, my job is to explain your choices and help you understand the legal effect of those choices@. He guides me and puts me at ease. He wants you to make decisions that are the right ones for you.
—Jeraldine Vincitore Freehold, NJ"
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Monmouth, Ocean, Mercer, Middlesex, Bergen, Burlington, Union
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