Biden-Harris Student Loan Debt Relief is LIVE
Oct 18, 2022 | Uncategorized
The Biden-Harris Student Loan Debt Relief application is open now through December 31, 2023....Read More
Update on Biden-Harris Student Loan Relief
Oct 13, 2022 | Uncategorized
The application for student loan relief under the Biden-Harris Student Loan Debt Relief Plan is...Read More
My Kentucky Estate Documents Are Old, Should I Update Them?
Oct 6, 2022 | Estate Planning
Whether/when to update older estate documents is usually met with the lawyerly answer of “it...Read More
What is a Power of Attorney, and Do I Need One in Kentucky?
Oct 5, 2022 | Estate Planning
What is a Power of Attorney? The simplest way to think about a power of attorney...Read More
Pres. Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness – How Do I Get It?
Aug 24, 2022 | Uncategorized
President Biden campaigned on canceling student loan debt, and just under two years into his...Read More
Why LGBTQ partners should seek advice from a Kentucky Will lawyer
Jul 6, 2022 | Estate Planning
By now everyone has heard the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in the Dobbs decision issued...Read More
What is Kentucky’s Homestead Exemption?
Mar 16, 2022 | Bankruptcy
Most states, including Kentucky, have something called a homestead exemption established by legal...Read More
What is probate and why does Kentucky have it?
Mar 14, 2022 | Estate Planning, Probate
Over the course of 20+ years of meeting with estate planning clients in Kentucky, the most common...Read More
Estate Plan Now to Avoid Probate Later
Feb 28, 2022 | Estate Planning
One of the biggest mysteries to many of my estate planning clients is the concept – and purpose – of a living trust. At its core, a trust is simply a contract between a grantor (the person creating the trust) and the...Read More
Avoiding Credit Card Debt in Furtherance of Estate Planning Goals
Feb 22, 2022 | Estate Planning
Many estate planning clients I meet with express the legitimate concern that upon their death...Read More
I am married with no kids, do I still need a Last Will and Testament?
Feb 11, 2022 | Probate
When I meet with married clients about estate planning, I often hear “we don’t think...Read More
Should I use retirement funds to pay off unsecured debt?
Feb 10, 2022 | Bankruptcy
The short answer is NO, unless you have consulted with an attorney that is an expert on debt...Read More
Do I Qualify for the Navient Student Loan Settlement?
Jan 16, 2022 | Uncategorized
With an estimated $1.7 billion of outstanding student loan debt in the United States, it is no...Read More
My Relative Died, Do I Pay Their Debts?
Jan 12, 2022 | Probate
This question comes up with almost all my probate clients – my (spouse/parent/other...Read More
What is Kentucky’s homestead exemption?
Dec 29, 2021 | Bankruptcy
Most states, including Kentucky, have something called a homestead protection law. Under this law,...Read More