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What all does an elder law attorney do?

If you or a Kentucky loved one is getting on in years, you likely have many questions regarding Medicare, Medicaid, long-term care, end-of-life decisions and a variety of other matters. This is where an elder law attorney can help you negotiate your way through all...

How do you fund a living trust?

When it comes to estate planning tools, there are many. One of the most popular options Kentucky residents choose to use is the living trust. A living trust allows you to manage your property, save money on property taxes and bequeath property to loved ones without...

What is a pour-over will?

As you put together your Kentucky estate plan, you should make sure that any trusts you establish coordinate with your Last Will and Testament. If they do not, your property and assets may not pass to your heirs and beneficiaries the way you want them to. FindLaw...

Top 6 signs of nursing home abuse

At Kentucky Elderlaw, PLLC, in Bowling Green, we have dedicated ourselves to advocating for the rights of the elderly. Consequently, we represent many people whose parent or other loved one has suffered nursing home abuse. We, therefore, thought it would be a good...