Elder Law Attorney for Brick Township

Brick Twp logo. John WCallinan is an elder law attorney serving clients in Brick, NJ and surrounding towns in Monmouth County.John W. Callinan is an experienced elder law attorney serving Brick Township, NJ for 25 years. A certified elder law attorney or CELA, John W. Callinan has helped countless residents of Brick Township and nearby towns throughout Monmouth County and Ocean County qualify for the Medicaid program, while preserving as many assets as possible for Brick nursing home residents and handing cases of nursing home abuse.

He has assisted residents of Brick Township in drafting living trusts and living wills, planning for children with disabilities, creating financial powers of attorney, estate planning, resolving guardianship matters and preparing advanced health care directives.

If you’re looking for the assistance of an experienced elder law attorney for Brick, call John W. Callinan at (732) 974-8898.

About Brick Township

A welcome sign at the border of Brick township, NJ.Brick Township, New Jersey is the third most populated municipality in Ocean County with a population of about 75,000. Brick was incorporated in 1850 from portions of Howell Township and Toms River. It was named after Joseph Brick, the owner of the Bergen Iron Works, which was located on the Metedeconk River, which flows through Brick Township.

In the summer, a cooling afternoon sea breeze is present in Brick on most days, but episodes of extreme heat and humidity can occur, and are becoming more frequent.

Summerfest is an annual tradition on Windward Park Beach with concerts, fireworks, and other family-friendly events. “SummerFest is truly one of the best summer traditions at the Jersey Shore,” said Mayor John Ducey recently. “It gives families the opportunity to have a fun and affordable night out, enjoy great music and fireworks and more.

In Brick, median income is about $82,000/year and about 15% of households are people over 65 living alone. Mr. Callinan has been proudly serving them and their adult children for more than a quarter of a century.