Kim Fiero Timothy Rice Estate and Elder Law

Kimberlie Fiero, Esq. Joins TREEL’s Growing Team

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Timothy Rice Estate and Elder Law Firm (“TREEL”) welcomes Kimberlie A. Fiero, Esq., as a new attorney in the firm’s Voorhees, NJ office. While primarily resident in TREEL’s South Jersey office, Fiero will also continue to develop her representations in Monmouth and Ocean County.

Timothy J. Rice, Esq. TREEL’s founder and managing partner commented, “We are so pleased that Kim has joined our firm to contribute her knowledge, experience and passion as we continue to strengthen our team and continue providing the extraordinary client service TREEL  has been providing for decades”.

Rice went on to point out “Kim’s experience as a practitioner in a variety of legal matters including in the estate and elder law arena makes her eminently qualified to ‘hit the ground running’ in our practice. She worked with a Central Jersey firm at which she handled a variety of legal matters including estate planning and litigation, guardianships, elder law, civil litigation and landlord tenancy matters. Rice continued, “when counseling our clients we have to provide the utmost compassion to minimize risk and reduce associated anxiety”.

Prior to focusing her career on Estate and Elder Law matters during her time with Hanlon Niemann & Wright, P.C., Kim served as a staff attorney, unit supervisor and a program manager with Ocean-Monmouth Legal Services (OMLS), a non-profit law office providing legal assistance to low income residents. “It’s at OMLS where I witnessed first-hand how important our assistance was, and remains, to people with fewer options than most others. And those experiences have prepared me to provide knowledgeable, compassionate and accurate counsel and guidance in life planning”.

Since 1991, Timothy Rice Estate and Elder Law Firm has helped individuals and families in New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania to navigate the complex legal, medical and financial aspects of estate planning and administration, Medicaid planning and other elder and veteran law issues.

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