Prior to entering private practice in 1996, Ms. Hoover taught law at The University of Toledo College of Law and later joined the Personal Trust Department at Fifth Third Bank. She left the Bank to work as a transactional attorney at Shumaker Loop & Kendrick before returning to her estate planning roots at Rohrbachers Light Cron & Trimble. In addition to estate planning and probate law, she practices in the areas of real estate, business transactions and business law.
Member: Ohio State Bar Association (Estate Planning and Property Law Sections), Lucas County Bar Association (Executive Committee 1997, 1999 - 2001), and Toledo Bar Association; Davis College Advisory Board; Maumee Chamber of Commerce; Northwest Ohio Gerontological Association; Toledo Estate Planning Council; Society of Financial Service Professionals (Secretary/Treasurer and member of Nominating Committee 2007 - 2008; Membership Committee 2009+; Sponsorship Committee 2010+); Women's Council of Realtors; Women's Entrepreneurial Network; College of Law Student Bar Association (former Representative and Evening Vice-President) and Governing Board, Curriculum Committee (former Representative).
Speaker: Various estate planning and other legal seminars, including "What it Means to be a Fiduciary" and "Oh My Gosh! Did I Really Mean to do That? Corporate Fiduciary Issues" before the Lucas County Bar Association.
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