New Jersey Elder Law is a compilation and examination of professional and non-legal resources and services available to meet the needs of elderly.
- Health and Long-Term Care Planning
- Public Benefits
- Private resources
- Older Persons' Legal Capacity
- Surrogate Decision-Making
- Conservation, Disposition and Administration of the Estate
- Tax Consequences.
- Professional Conduct and Ethical Issues
Callinan covers such areas as estate-planning, wills, trusts, guardianships; protection against elder abuse, neglect, and fraud; end-of-life planning; all levels of disability and medical care; retirement planning, Social Security benefits; Medicare and Medicaid coverage; Medicare planning; consumer protection, nursing homes, and in-home care; powers of attorney; physicians' or medical care directives, and declarations.
Great resource for
- Law Firms
- Social Service Agencies
- Private Care Facilities
- Mental Health Professionals
- Accounting Firms
- Expanded Coverage:
- Arranging for the Examination of the Alleged Incapacitated Person
- Rights of an Incapacitated Person
He has been made a member of the Council of Advanced Practitioners (CAP) of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and is also a member of the Litigation Committee of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the committee responsible for deciding whether or not NAELA will participate in particular litigation throughout the United States.
John was graduated from Rutgers University in 1990 with a B.A. in psychology. In 1993, John was graduated from Rutgers School of Law-Camden from which he received his Juris Doctor with Honors. He is admitted to practice law in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He is also admitted to practice before the New Jersey federal district courts and the United States Court of Appeal for the Third Circuit.
John clerked for the Honorable Patricia Del Bueno Cleary, J.S.C. He has concentrated his practice in elder law since 2000.