Cooper & Cooper Law Offices, PLLC

Elizabethtown Law Firm
When it comes to probate and estate planning, we have been serving clients for more than 40 years. Our firm is focused on helping Elizabethtown and Hardin County residents, ensuring they have meaningful plans in place for their future. Whether you need to litigate a complex probate dispute or draft a living will, our firm is here to help. We strive to meet the personal needs of every client, offering legal services that they can depend on. With a wide range of practice areas, Cooper & Cooper Law Offices is able to handle all your legal needs. Contact our firm today to start discussing your case.
Probate Administration
Probate Litigation
Estate Planning
Estate Administration
Wills and Trusts
Elder Law
Conservatorship
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At Cooper & Cooper Law Offices, we focus on providing clients with counsel for all their legal needs. From probate to business law, our firm has the tools to help. We have over 40 years of combined experience in the legal field, handling a wide range of cases over the years. When it comes to probate matters, we have the knowledge to navigate even the most complex cases. We offer aggressive representation and are always willing to take a case to litigation. If you need a matter settled, enlist the services of one of our probate lawyers. We are prepared to help with your personal, financial and business needs. Our focus is directing clients to the best option possible, allowing them to make effective decisions. We also offer estate planning tools, such as wills and trusts. If you need an estate litigated, our legal team is ready to fight for you. We also help clients create powers of attorney, guardianships and asset protection plans. At our firm, we are passionate about helping individuals create meaningful estate plans for their families' future.

As a father-son legal team, Cooper & Cooper Law Offices values integrity and work ethic. Thomas E. Cooper began his education at Berea College in 1968. After finishing his studies there, he went on to study law at the University of Louisville, where he earned his Juris Doctor in 1975. He gained vital experience as a city attorney in West Point, Kentucky. In 1988, he began teaching law at the University of Louisville in Fort Knox. He was an instructor for paralegal studies and foreclosure sales for three years. Mr. Cooper also served as the president of the Hardin County Bar Association for two terms. He is still actively involved in the association, as well as the Kentucky Bar Association. He is a member of the Kentucky Supreme Court Rules Committee and the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys, and is currently serving on the Board of Governors for the Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys.

He founded the firm with his son, Joshua M. P. Cooper. Joshua began his education at Eastern Kentucky University, where he gained a bachelors degree in construction management. Before he earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Kentucky, he served as an intern for the Army Corps of Engineers. He is also a member of the Hardin County Bar Association, where he served as secretary in 2010. Both father and son are committed to offering the highest quality of legal services and representation.

While our firm focuses on probate and estate planning matters, we also represent clients in personal injury and child custody cases. We have experience with construction law, family law and business law. If clients need assistance during a foreclosure or have concerns about their real estate, our firm is prepared to help. With so much diversity in our practice areas, clients can come to us for almost any legal issue. If you would like to enlist the services of an Elizabethtown lawyer from our firm, contact us today.


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