Lauren Cooper is a Partner with Cooper, Adel, Vu & Associates. She joined the firm as an associate attorney on the Trust Team in 2014. However, she already had over a decade of experience with the firm as a legal assistant after college and during law school. Her experience with the firm, and her hands-on experience living in an extended family, were key to her decision to attend law school. Lauren spent two years assisting our clients and their families when a loved one passes away in settling their estate. These days, Lauren works mainly with our Trust clients to design a plan, to understand how it works and to maintain it throughout their lives so that it is easier for their families.

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Lauren Cooper

Attend this free, live Estate Planning & Asset Protection seminar in 
Wooster, Ohio with 
Attorney Lauren Cooper

Join us to learn about these topics and more at our live seminar held in Wooster, Ohio.

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  • The different types of Trusts available and their pros and cons
  • How Trusts can be better than Wills
  • How Trusts can be superior to using beneficiary designations alone
  • The tax advantages of certain Trusts
  • How some Trusts (but not all Trusts) can protect assets from the costs of a nursing home
  • Common mistakes when using Trusts
  • How individuals who are single, married, widowed, or divorced with kids or no kids can utilize a Trust in their estate plan
  • And much more...

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Have you ever considered a Trust, but aren't sure if you need one? Maybe you are not sure what kind of Trust will make sense for you. Maybe you already have a Trust, but you are worried that you are making a mistake. Attend this free, educational seminar that will cover everything you need to know about revocable and irrevocable trusts.