Elder Care & Estate Planning Blog

Medicare Medicaid

My Spouse Needs a Nursing Home. What Will That Mean for Me?

The rules for Medicaid are complex, but they are complex for a reason. Medicaid works to prevent the healthy spouse (the “community spouse”) from being pushed into poverty by the ...


Flexible Meetings for Clients

COVID-19: Flexible Meetings for Clients In times of crisis, we tend to have heightened anxiety and increased stress. Please know that we understand the increased concerns and are here to ...

Alzheimers Planning

Van Dyck Law Group Has Exiciting News to Share!

We have some very exciting things happening at Van Dyck Law Group! Fiona Van Dyck, Managing Attorney and Sheli Monacchio, Director of Life Care Resources recently attended the 2nd Annual ...


Important Changes to the Tax Code for Retirement Accounts

As part of the spending bill passed by Congress and signed by the President in December 2019, the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019 (otherwise known ...

Alzheimers Planning

Is Alzheimer’s Disease Impacting You or Your Family?

In 2020, it’s estimated more than 5 million Americans will be affected by Alzheimer’s Disease, which is why Fiona Van Dyck has published two new books for people who have ...

Medicare Medicaid

2020 CMS Updates from Van Dyck Law Group-What You Need to Know

Every year, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) releases the updated Medicare premiums, deductibles, and co-payments for the upcoming year. Here are the updates for 2020: 2020 Medicare ...

Elder Law

The Van Dyck Law Group Elder Advocacy and Law Boot Camp Was a Success!

On October 1st, 2019 we facilitated the First Annual Van Dyck Law Group Elder Advocacy and Law Boot Camp at the Crowne Plaza Princeton Conference Center. We had over 120 ...

Elder Law

Should Elder Care Benefits Be Part of Employees’ Compensation?

As our parents cared for us, we must eventually care for our parents. As the number of elderly individuals in the United States has grown, so has the demand for ...


OK, Do I Claim My Social Security Benefits Now?

“Deciding to take benefits that early is only advantageous for limited situations, according to financial advisors.” If you’re getting ready to retire, you’re probably already thinking about when to claim ...


What Are the Details for Roth IRA Contributions This Year?

For 2019, the yearly maximum on Roth IRA contributions is $6,000, and if you are over 50 that’s increased to $7,000 with the possibility of an additional $1,000 per year ...

Van Dyck Law Client Reviews

“It was a pleasure working with Van Dyck Law & all of the associates I came into contact with. Everyone was efficient, professional and nice to work with. Fiona is wonderful to work with, as well as her staff.”

– Mary Ellen-Princeton, New Jersey

“Fiona is personable and presented hard to talk about Estate Planning, Trusts, Wills in a clear and understandable manner. She is well-informed and recommended highly by my husband and I. Her staff is just as personable and well versed in the Estate, Trusts, Will’s areas of law.”

– Vanessa and Michael of Hillsborough, NJ

"Fiona is professional and highly knowledgeable, but what sets her apart is her her ability to explain complex legal details in an easy to understand manner. She is friendly and patiently answered our many questions thoroughly. Her staff is equally friendly and responsive. And they accomplished all of this under virtual conditions! Very pleased with our experience."

-James and Sheri H.- Hopewell, NJ

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