By: Dustin Humphrey Election day has come and gone. With Donald Trump as our 45th elected President of the United States, what happens next? Here’s a quick look at the procedure of the transfer of presidential power: Trump will spend the next two months to plan a new administration while … [Read more...] about How does the Transfer of Presidential Power Work?
By: Terry Bennett Would you consider buying a home that was thought to be haunted? What about a home where a murder occurred? Properties like these are called stigmatized properties. A stigmatized property could be a house thought to be haunted, a house where a murder, suicide or violent crime … [Read more...] about Is Your House Haunted?
For most couples, the first months of marriage are some of the most exciting months of life. These months seem like the least appropriate time to discuss “gloomy” subjects like the possibility of future sickness or death. While it may not be the most comfortable subject for newlyweds to discuss, the … [Read more...] about Estate Planning for Newlyweds
It’s that time again. Political discussion is filling both offices and homes as the heated Presidential debates clearly demonstrate that the month of October is “crunch time” for this term’s candidates. October is also “crunch time” for this state’s voters. Whether you’re a first-time voter, have … [Read more...] about How Do I Register to Vote in Kentucky?
By: Dustin Humphrey The rights of grandparents to visit their grandchildren is an often misunderstood area of Kentucky law. In my family law practice, I frequently meet with grandparents who have been shut out of their grandchildren’s lives after a divorce or child custody case. Sometimes these … [Read more...] about FAQ: Grandparents’ Visitation in Kentucky
By: Mike Pike It seems like the Internet is full of DIY, or “do it yourself,” projects these days. With countless websites, such as YouTube and Pinterest, devoted to teaching us how to create and fix things ourselves, it makes us feel like we can do anything on our own. From rebuilding your own … [Read more...] about DIY: Legal Work?
As a property owner, it is important to understand the government’s power over that property and your legal rights as an owner. Eminent domain, often called condemnation, is generally identified as the power of the Commonwealth of Kentucky to take private property for a public use without the … [Read more...] about Eminent Domain: What Every Property Owner Should Know
By: Terry Bennett Death isn’t a topic anyone enjoys talking about, but left without discussion, it can cause many unwanted ramifications for your relatives in addition to the already expected despair. Many people do not understand how seriously it can hurt their relatives if they die without a … [Read more...] about What Happens if I Die Without a Will?
By: Dustin Humphrey Preparing for the future is something we know we need to do but always put off until “tomorrow.” After all, thinking about how you should be prepared for life’s inevitable headaches is not a pleasant task, especially when it means you have to plan for unfortunate circumstances … [Read more...] about Does a Bank Have to Accept my Power of Attorney?