30 Overbrook Dr
Monroe, OH, 45050
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Certified Specialist - Elder Law||Ohio State Bar Association||2018|
|Certified Elder Law Attorney||National Elder Law Foundation||2017|
|Senior Attorney||Cooper, Adel, & Associates LPA||2010 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Butler County Bar Association||Attorney Member||2015 - Present|
|Department of Veterans Affairs||Accredited Attorney||2012 - Present|
|National Association of Elder Law Attorneys||Attorney Member||2011 - Present|
|US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims||Practicing Attorney||2010 - Present|
|Word Association Publishers||Over the Hill and Under Obamacare||2013|
|University Of Cincinnati||J.D.||2009|
|Miami University of Ohio||B.S.||2006|
|Don't Go Broke in a Nursing Home||Nursing Home Protection||2014|
|POET Annual Meeting||From Basic to Advanced Estate Planning||2013|
|Seminar in Coshocton, Ohio||The Estate Planning Implications of Fracking Leases||2012|
|Seminar in Cambridge, Ohio||Estate Taxes: Making use of the 5 Milion Dollar Exemption||2012|
|Appeal of Decision from the Fairfield County Board of Revision||Pending|
Posted by Etta
I have already recommended Mr. Vu to my parents, my brother and my sister. And also will recommend to anyone else looking for someone to help them in any way.
We set up a Family Trust and I had been checking on line, getting information by mail, but everything is so confusing, and Mr. Vu helped us through this maze and we are exceptionally satisfied.
Posted by Sally
I called the office of Cooper and Adel for help in a stressful problem faced I am sure by many senior widows and widowers. In 2001, my husband had to go to a nursing home as his illness had caused him to become dangerous and violent. Both of us had worked for 30 years..he had retired at age 55 to enjoy fishing and traveling...he was diagnosed with his illness 4 years after retirement. As a teacher, I continued to work until I had to take a medical leave to care for him. As he became more and more unstable...it was impossible for me to continue his care. We paid all of his retirement and social security except 40 dollars to the nursing homes (he was in 3 different ones)...all of his annuity and half of mine went to the facilities until we finally were forced to go to medicaid. I desparately held on to our home and all the bills on just my retirement. He spent 6 plus years in the facilities until his death in 2007. A month or so after his death I received a letter saying that there would be lien placed on the only thing I had left...my home. The amount was unbelievable. I contacted my lawyer that I had used for wills, etc....but they did not understand the elder law and made me think there was no hope that my home could be saved for my children...especially for my daughter and family....because she has been diagnosed with the same illness that was inherited. Last winter I felt totally defeated that I couldn't do anything to help myself. I decided to call Cooper and Adel to talk to someone about this problem. Mr Vu was assigned to talk to me. Very quickly he assured me that something could be done. He worked diligently on helping me solve this stressful problem. He was able to prove my situation and give me the advice I needed. I cannot thank him enough for his knowledge and expertise in Elder Law..and for all his help in this matter. Thank you Mr. Vu....You are a fantastic lawyer....