Congratulations and good luck on your decision to retun to start law school.
The following are some random thoughts and opinions which I hope are helpful to you:
1. If you are able to relocate then you should not limit yourself to Cooley. I have known only one student that attended Cooley and his experiences repeat much of what you read on the Internet. The most daming statistic about Cooley is in my opinion it's own self reported attrition rates which are contained in The linked ABA report that indicates 227 students transferred the heck out, 124 "1Ls" failed out, 33 "2Ls" failed out, 8 "3Ls" failed,out with an overall attrition rate of approximately 30% for Cooley students. I believe that the Cooley attrition rate should scare you particularly when you compare it to other schools.
LINK: ..... hit "law school data" to arrive at cited datahttps://officialguide.lsac.org/Release/SchoolsABAData/SchoolPage/SchoolPage.aspx?sid=151
2. Good luck on the LSATs. Be cautious however that many score much higher on practice tests then on the real thing.
3. After you have received your score then consider all alternatives if relocation is an option. In my opinion Michigan State is a very good option for someone wishing to stay in the state of Miichigan. If you can relocate then apply to schools near where you may wish to live after law school. The below links provide good starting point for schools you should apply to. As the above poster stated a high LSAT score will make you a "splitter" and make you a more attractive candidate than your gpa may indicate. Also note that as a non traditional student I believe that your application will get a more positive read than a younger student ( yes, age does have some benefits). I know that many law schools appreciate the sacrifices which applicants made to raise families. LINK https://officialguide.lsac.org/Release/UGPALSAT/UGPALSAT.aspx
4. Be cost conscious with regard to tuition. If you can relocate the look for grants by applying to a number of schools. The below link will show you the gpa & LSAT numbers for students that got money from from schools in past years. Link for Michigan State http://msu.lawschoolnumbers.com/applicants
5. Note that the number of law school applicants is down for the 3 consecutive,year so that trend may be of assistance to you.
Sincere best wishes.