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Estate planning in Kentucky involves plans to manage your property, distribute assets with minimal tax consequences, plan for your health concerns and ... read more
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Kentucky Residents and Bankruptcy
For consumers who are enduring harassing creditor phone calls and who have few options to get them out from under crushing debt, bankruptcy may be their best choice. Congress has enacted laws regulating bankruptcy found in Title 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. There are basically two types or ... Read more

Kentucky: Filing Divorce Papers
Marital dissolution, or divorce, in Kentucky, is a court process that allows married couples to sever their bonds of matrimony and determine their rights regarding marital property, debts, payments for child support and spousal maintenance, and the status of any minor children. Getting a Divorce Couples ... Read more

Kentucky Personal Injury Basics
A personal injury case in Kentucky concerns an injured party who alleges that another person or entity breached a duty to exercise reasonable care that resulted in injury and damages. An injury claim can be brought under the laws and principles of negligence, breach of warranty, strict liability, reckless ... Read more

KY What Is Small Claims Court?
People have minor disputes every day. For example, sometimes a landlord won't return a former tenant's security deposit, or a customer won't pay for the repairs a mechanic made to her car. Often, these disputes don't involve enough money to justify hiring an attorney. The fees you may have to pay an ... Read more

KY Witnesses at Small Claims Court
So, you're involved in a lawsuit that's been filed in a Kentucky small claims court and you're getting ready for the trial or "hearing." Soon, the judge will decide who wins. What can you do to help make sure you're on the winning side? Witnesses can have a big impact on how the judge looks at the case, ... Read more

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