Path Finder Law Group is a law firm in Towson, MD with over 50 years of experience providing knowledgeable and caring legal guidance to elders, loved ones with special needs, families and other individuals.
PathFinder Law Group is a client-centered law firm that offers a full suite of elder law, special needs law, estate planning and estate administration services to our clients.
We have roots that can be traced back over 50 years to our founder, W. Lee Thomas. Mr. Thomas first established W. Lee Thomas, P.A. in 1975 after serving in the Army as a Judge Advocate General and gaining experience working at other firms in the greater Baltimore area. In 1989, W. Lee Thomas, P.A. became Thomas, Ronald & Cooper, P.A. and expanded to add estate planning, probate and trust administration thanks to the expertise of Keith E. Ronald, Esq. and Gail G. Cooper, Esq.
Today, Path Finder Law Group shares the same commitment to compassionate and thorough legal services that W. Lee Thomas did when he founded W. Lee Thomas, P.A.
Received her Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland School of Law in 1985
Began working with W. Lee Thomas, P.A. in 1985
Became of Counsel in November 2013· Married
Kelly A. Krumpe
Graduated from Frostburg State University in 1998
Received her Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2004
Began working with Thomas, Ronald & Cooper, P.A. in 2007
Married and the mother of two children
You will be hard-pressed to find any attorney who takes a more loving and compassionate approach with their clients. Her unique ability to combine a deep understanding of complex tax laws with exceptional empathy sets her apart from other estate attorneys. Her favorite part of her job is her ability to handle minutiae so her clients have the time and space to grieve and heal. Clients with complicated matters benefit from Kelly’s love of solving puzzles in both her personal and professional life.
Adam C. Zimmerman
Graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 2000
Received his Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2005
Became a member of the firm in 2017
Married and the father of two children
His “bedside manner” puts everyone at ease. He is reflective and committed to empowering his clients to be part of the process so they feel as though they maintain a sense of control over their affairs. He is driven to make his clients’ sometimes difficult situations more manageable by positioning himself as a stakeholder in their well-being. Adam’s kind an engaging manner makes him a uniquely qualified advisor for elder law matters as well as planning for those with disabled children/parents.