Chris Cooper is a passionate advocate for people trying to meet the often crushing costs of medical care. He found his passion early on, while working in nursing homes and hospitals. After completing paramedic training and obtaining a nursing degree, he pursued his interest in how people could finance health care, primarily acute care. He realized that chronic long-term care leads to financial devastation for many people, especially retirees.

Chris is a professional fiduciary licensed with the state of California. As a professional fiduciary, Chris works with seniors, disabled individuals and others who can’t manage their affairs on their own. He assists them with everything from day-to-day financial issues to investment and estate management. Chris is also the founder of Eldercare Advocates, which provides geriatric care management and long-term-care consulting. 

Chris holds a Masters of Science in financial services with specialization in estate planning and a graduate certificate in Gerontology. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER certificant and is enrolled to practice in audit and administrative proceedings before the Internal Revenue Service and state and local taxing authorities.

Chris is a member of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, and an associate member of the California Society of CPA’s, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and the San Diego County Bar Association. 

Chris has been a regular guest on CNBC, and is regularly quoted in newspapers and magazines nationwide.