New Jersey Estate Planning Attorney (Fiona is also licensed in NY and PA)
Fiona strives to offer clients exceptional legal representation and allay any fears they may have in hiring an attorney. She works one-on-one with her clients to provide adept legal services that are responsive, competent, and effective, taking the time to get to know each client and understand their personal situation and the goals they endeavor to achieve. The potential solutions in each case are so immense yet Fiona takes pride in ensuring she meets the individual needs and concerns of all our clients by personalizing the meetings and documents.
Fiona has been chosen by the New Jersey Attorney General's office to instruct their attorneys on the topics of Estate Planning, Estate Administration and Elder Law as part of their continuing legal education program and frequently presents seminars concerning estate planning and elder law including Medicaid and VA Aid and Attendance benefits.
She has a Juris Doctorate from Rutgers University School of Law and a Master of Laws from The University of London. Fiona is an accredited Veterans Administration attorney and a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorney, WealthCouncel and ElderCouncel.
When she is not in the office, Fiona is an avid runner and volunteers her time with noteworthy community organizations, including the Princeton Senior Resource Center-a local non-profit organization dedicated to bettering the lives of seniors in the community, where she is a member of the Board of Trustees.
Books co-written by Fiona Van Dyck!
Look out for Fiona's book, co-written with Don Quante, "DON'T GO BROKE IN A NURSING HOME!"
As eldercare replaces childcare as the number one issue facing Baby Boomers, "Don't Go Broke in a Nursing Home" is one book you need to take back control of your life and provide excellent long-term care for your aging loved ones without them going broke in the process.
Choosing the right preplanning strategy for your own long-term care needs is essential as our population ages. This book is full of creative financial strategies that you can use to protect your assets and the quality of care you receive. In addition, you can learn about little known tax incentives available to those who plan ahead for long–term care, in addition to legal strategies and government benefits available to help your aging parent who is in crisis pay for long-term care without going broke.