Cambridge, Ohio Estate Planning Attorneys
Serving Families and Individuals in Cambridge, Caldwell, Zanesville and the Surrounding Towns & Counties
Frank A. McClure & Associates
Thank you for stopping by. Please take time and browse through our pages to learn why you need an Estate Planning attorney that focuses on long-term relationships with you and your family. We believe that this relationship helps us serve each generation of your family when they need it most. We believe that preserving your legacy is so important and can only be properly done with life-long planning. We work closely with our clients to achieve the following goals:
- Control and protect your property while alive and well.
- Plan for yourself and your loved ones should you become disabled.
- Give your property to whom you want, when you want, and the way that you want.
Life often gives us many events that are unforeseen and planning ahead can bring comfort in the most stressful circumstances. Let us help your family by protecting your assets from the unplanned events that take our lives off course.
We help families plan for life, including protection of assets against unnecessary loss from lawsuits, nursing homes or children's indiscretions. We are unique in that our planning is client-centered, focusing on the individual needs of each family and tailoring comprehensive estate plans to achieve your goals and objectives.
We also like to understand your financial situation, today, tomorrow and where you plan and dream to reach financially. To help us, we work closely with allied professionals in the financial planning area such as CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM practitioners (CFP®). Since taxes can be an important issue as well, we may work with tax experts like CPAs. We believe that each family needs a "dream team" to protect their assets, goals, wisdom and wealth for each generation.
We also help clients prepare for the worst in terms of medical emergencies by putting together a series of documents that will ensure their designated loved ones have the tools to make medical decisions on their behalf; have access to medical records and can be contacted in the event of an emergency.
An Introduction to Long-Term Care Planning
Recent research has found that more than 70% of seniors over the age of 65 will need long-term care services and support at some stage of their lifetimes. What are your plans to pay for your care, if needed?