Month: May 2020

Estate Planning for Blended Families   Estate planning for blended families can be tricky, especially if there are children, step-children and half-siblings involved.  A married couple often wants to make sure all children are accounted for and taken care of in future years, though sometimes in different ways.  In addition, a couple may have aging parents, other family members, trusts and charities that they want included in an estate plan.  This is when it’s time to call a skilled estate planning attorney.  There’s a lot to know about taxes, trusts, wills and other financial instruments, […]

If you’re a creditor, you may prefer not to deal with preference actions under bankruptcy. When you hear the word “preference,” you probably think it’s a good thing; it’s what you want or like. When it comes to bankruptcy, depending on your position in the proceeding, a preference action may or may not be what you want. Bankruptcy is a fact of life for some Kentucky businesses, whether your industry is as old as coal mines or as new as legal hemp production. It could be the beginning of the end of a company, such […]