With over 10 years of estate planning experience and hundreds of successfully concluded bankruptcy cases, The Law Office of Clark Daniel Dray is prepared to provide you with the expert level of care which you deserve.
Thank you to Clark and his team for helping me in my case. I know it can be scary but having the right people guide you makes all the difference. They were so professional and addressed every single question I had promptly. I finally have my life back and I couldn’t have done it without Clark and his team. Don’t wait, talk to them now.
Working with Clark Dray and his staff was a great experience. Everyone was so helpful, super accommodating and I always felt I was in good hands. It made a stressful process really streamlined. I’m so grateful to have had this firm representing me.
I called with a probate question as a complete layman. From the gal at the front desk to the lawyer who got on the phone with me and was kind and thorough in a quick 5 min consult, these guys are consummate professionals and it shows. Kindness and professionalism like this are rare these days.
Clark began his legal career in the Planned Giving Department of the Ohio State University, working to make sure that charitable gifts to the school were successfully completed. He saw firsthand how bad drafting, poor planning, and excessive complexity in estate planning documents stood in the way of accomplishing the goals of the person making the gift.
This experience has had direct impact in the way that Clark approaches estate planning. He plans and drafts with a clear focus on making sure that your intent is carried out in the most efficient way possible, minimizing the burden on the person entrusted with carrying out your wishes. This may be accomplished by using a more appropriate tool for the job (why create a trust if a will works?), by taking advantage of the latest changes in the law (beneficiary deeds are an interesting new tool for conveying real estate), or by helping you avoid common mistakes (such as P.O.D. accounts and quitclaim deeds).
The initial consultation for the preparation of a new estate plan is free. We’ll talk about your goals and brainstorm strategies for accomplishing them. We’ll talk about the different tools available to you such as wills, trusts, the financial power of attorney, medical power of attorney, advance directive, etc. so that you can make an informed decision about what feels lie the best fit. We’ll give you an estimate of fees once we’ve come up with a plan and give you a chance to think it over. Once your questions have been answered we’ll get to work drafting a suite of documents which make your wishes clear and provide for your loved ones as you see fit.
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