Love, Marriage, and Estate Planning

"If so, say 'I do.'" It's wedding season in Kentucky. I'm not sure how many nuptials I'll be witnessing this year, but I always look forward to wedding festivities and the celebration of love. And if you are the one getting married, you definitely have a lot to look…

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Do I need a will?

No one wants to think about dying, so many put off preparing an estate plan. But dying without a will means that state law (and not you) will determine who will take care of your children or how your assets will be distributed. Having a will is important. It puts…

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Kentucky's Changing Landlord-Tenant Laws

The Kentucky state legislature has passed two important laws impacting landlords and tenants during the recently completed session. HB 112 relates to landlord liability when a tenant-owned dog attacks someone on their rental property. HB 309 adds certain protections to domestic violence victims. HB 112 In 2012, the Kentucky Supreme…

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