Jennifer A. Hoover, Esq.
My practice focuses on estate planning, wills and trusts, probate and trust administration, guardianships, and real estate law.
I am a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and the Massachusetts School of Law where I graduated magna cum laude and still a Notre Dame fan (go Irish!)
I am licensed in New Hampshire and Massachusetts and a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association, the Massachusetts Bar Association, the New Hampshire Estate Planning Council, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and the Charles Doe Inns of Court.
After graduating from law school, I was blessed to practice with my father, Arthur Hoover, who had a general practice in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire and who was the quintessential trusted advisor to his clients. From him, I learned the value of diligence, humility, hard work and going the extra mile for clients. I continue to practice with these values as my guide.
My favorite place to unwind is Acadia National Park…with Key West as a close second.
I am born & bred in New Hampshire, I make my home in Durham with my husband, two teenage daughters, and a cat named Charlie Brown.
Hope M. Flynn, Esq.
I have been practicing law for over twenty-five years. I graduated from Albany Law School of Union University and received my undergraduate degree from the State University of New York at Albany.
While I grew up and went to school in New York, I moved to New Hampshire in 1998 to become a prosecutor. I initially worked at the Rockingham County Attorney’s Office and then moved to the Strafford County Attorney’s Office where I worked for fifteen years holding various positions.
During my time as a prosecutor, I gained a multitude of experience and tried hundreds of cases. When litigation becomes necessary, those years of experience come in handy.
Today, I focus my practice on helping clients get their affairs in order and prepare their estate plans. This often involves creating trusts and other lifetime estate planning documents to ensure that their wishes are carried out. I also assist clients with the administration of trusts and probate matters for loved ones who have passed away.
On a personal note, I am the proud mother of three sons. I survive the New Hampshire winters by skiing and reading by a cozy fireplace. During the summertime, I can be found hauling lobster traps and fishing with my husband and kids or enjoying a bicycle ride along the scenic seacoast.