WILMINGTON, Ohio, October 3, 2011 – Elder law attorneys Cooper, Adel & Associates have opened a new office in Wilmington, Ohio at 70 Fairway Drive to expand and help more seniors plan for financial security. Founder, Thom L. Cooper and managing partner, Mitchell J. Adel, made the announcement.
Cooper, Adel & Associates attorneys work exclusively with seniors and their families to minimize taxes, avoid probate and protect their assets from the potentially devastating legal and financial issues we all face as we age. Preserving your assets is not an accident; it is the result of conscious and systematic planning. In addition, the firm assists clients to qualify for government benefits, including helping veterans and their widows obtain benefits for which they are entitled.
“Our clients come to us because they are worried. They want to protect their assets. They want to make it easier for their families if they become incapacitated. They want their assets to go to their heirs at their death, not the government,” says Cooper. “It’s not just estate planning—it’s life planning.”
In addition to the newest office in Wilmington, the firm has offices in Centerburg, Lebanon and Sidney to serve their statewide client base.
“Many people think estate planning is only for the wealthy. We believe that estate planning is only part of an overall life plan that all seniors should have, regardless of their wealth,” says Adel. “Everyone can benefit from a complete assessment of their situation and an honest evaluation of where they stand and what they can do to protect themselves. It’s never to late to plan for the future.”
To contact the new office and set up an appointment, please call 800-798-5297.
Cooper, Adel & Associates is a trusted counselor, protecting hundreds of seniors from unnecessary taxes and legal expenses, as well as the devastating costs of catastrophic illness and nursing home care. With 35 employees and offices in Centerburg, Lebanon, Sidney and Wilmington, Ohio, Cooper, Adel & Associates has clients statewide and offers regular seminars to educate seniors on critical financial issues. For more information, visit CooperAndAdel.com.