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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Estate Planning for Your College Student

Why would an eighteen year old need to consider estate planning? If they are like most college students, they have very few assets and no children. And that may be entirely true (though not always). But complete estate planning isn’t just about the Last Will and Testament. There are…

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