The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“the Act”) was signed into law by President Trump on March 18th. This new law requires employers with less than 500 employees to provide limited paid-leave benefits to employees who are affected by the coronavirus emergency. The Act specifically addresses … [Read more...] about The Families First Coronavirus Response Act and What it Means for Kentucky Employers and Employees
Last will and testament with pen and glasses concept for legal document Probate is a court proceeding that may be necessary following an individual’s death and it is governed by each state’s law. Even if an individual has a will, the will must be probated through a court proceeding in the … [Read more...] about What is Probate?
Real estate agent with house model and keys It is important to know how each of your assets is owned. There are various ways to own property and the way it is owned may affect taxes, legal relationships and the transferability of the asset. Property owned by one person is called Sole … [Read more...] about VARIOUS WAYS TO OWN PROPERTY
Most of us are aware of the types of dogs considered “dangerous” or “vicious”. They include the larger muscular, beautiful, and yes, sometimes scary looking breeds: Pit Bull, Rottweiler, German Shepard, Doberman Pinscher (we will collectively call these dogs “Brutus”). While you will often hear from … [Read more...] about WHEN BRUTUS (OR FIFI) BITES!
The attorneys at Skeeters, Bennett, Wilson & Humphrey (SBW&H) are pleased to announce that, for the fifth consecutive year, attorney Dustin C. Humphrey has been selected to the 2020 Kentucky Super Lawyers Rising Star list. The honor is reserved for lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice, … [Read more...] about Dustin C. Humphrey selected as Rising Star for the fifth consecutive year
In divorce or child custody cases, often a judge must decide which parent shall have custody of minor children. I often have clients assert that since their child is a certain age, he or she can chose where to live. There seems to be a widely held belief in some specific age at which the child gets … [Read more...] about Can My Child Choose Which Parent to Live with?
Power of attorney A durable power of attorney (POA) is a legal document which can be used to choose who will manage your affairs should you become incapacitated for some reason. A power of attorney appoints an agent and then provides that agent with wide-ranging authority over your affairs. The … [Read more...] about What is a Power of Attorney and Why Should I Have One?
Through the years, I have had the opportunity to represent both landlords and tenants in the negotiation of commercial leases. In addition to that, as an investor in commercial real property, I have negotiated, from the position of an owner, the terms and conditions of long-term leases. … [Read more...] about Important Issues in Negotiating Commercial Leases
By: Dustin Humphrey There have been a lot of attorney advertisements on television lately, but interestingly enough, none of them seem to be from Kentucky. Many are based in other states, some as far as Florida. This may not seem like a problem at first glance, but there are many reasons the … [Read more...] about The Importance of Hiring a Local Lawyer