“Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now.”
– Alan Lakein

 

Compassionate Legal Guidance

McFadden Bushnell is a small law firm that helps clients to plan for the future, whatever that future may bring. With our elder law and estate planning services, you can protect your assets and preserve them for the future, while also ensuring that you and your loved ones get the care you need. We are here to provide you with peace of mind, helping you feel secure as you move forward with your life.

Elder law, estate planning, Medicaid pre-planning and crisis planning, special needs planning, veterans benefits – we can help you plan effectively whatever your circumstances happen to be. Whether you are interested in planning for your own future, or you are facing a situation with a loved one that you are unsure of how to navigate – such as the need for nursing home care – we can help you through the process.

With two sisters leading our firm, we really do understand the value of family. Let us strive to do all we can to help you and your family. Please contact us today to learn more about our legal services in Cleveland and throughout Northeast Ohio.

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