About Us

At Hynes Law Group, we are focused on creating lasting relationships by helping our clients to plan for all stages and ages.  We are dedicated to serving our clients, providing them sound legal advice, empathizing with their needs, and working with their loved ones and financial and healthcare teams.  Our mission is to help you prepare for the future to the best extent possible, allowing you to live in the present.

Hynes Law Group primarily practices Elder Law, including, but not limited to: Asset Preservation and Protection, Estate and Trust Planning, Estate and Trust Administration, Medicaid, Special Needs Trusts, and Guardianships.

We are located in Union County, New Jersey.  We also represent clients in the following surrounding counties: Essex, Morris, Middlesex, Somerset, Hudson, Passaic, and Bergen.

Our main office is in Cranford, New Jersey.  We also serve clients from the following surroundings towns/cities: Berkeley Heights,  Bloomfield, Chatham, Colonia, Cranford, Fanwood, Garwood, Iselin, Linden, Madison, Maplewood, Mountainside, Montclair and Upper Montclair, Morristown, New Providence, Rahway, Roselle Park, Scotch Plains, Short Hills, South Orange, South Plainfield, Springfield, Union, Warren, Watchung, Westfield, West Orange, among others.

OFFICE LOCATION                                  

Hynes Law Group
2 South Avenue East, Suite 200
Cranford, NJ 07016

(t) 908-514-8008
(e) jesse@hyneselderlaw.com

About Jesse R. Hynes, Esq.

Jesse R. Hynes, Esq. concentrates his practice in Elder Law, which encompasses, but is not limited to, Estate and Trust Planning, Estate Administration, Asset Preservation and Protection, Disability and Special Needs Planning, Guardianship, and Medicaid.

Born and raised in Cranford, New Jersey, Jesse earned his Undergraduate Honors Degree in Psychology at Seton Hall University and his Law Degree from Wake Forest University School of Law. At Wake Forest University School of Law, Jesse was selected to partake in the Elder Law Clinic, which provides free legal services to low-income residents of Forsyth County, North Carolina. During his time in the Elder Law Clinic, Jesse made it a priority to assist disenfranchised voters to obtain ID cards so that they could vote. At the Elder Law Clinic, Jesse gained invaluable experience with the substantive laws affecting the elderly, including Guardianship and Medicaid.