Kentucky Estate Planning Lawyer Directory

Find Estate Planning Lawyers and Attorneys in Kentucky, Kentucky.


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An estate planning lawyer can help you manage the future of your property and finances. A good estate planning attorney will minimise your expenses and tax liabilities whilst ensuring you retain control of your finances, taxes and medical plans.

Estate planning lawyers spesialize in areas of estate law including elder law, guardianship, power of attorney, probate, trusts, wills and living wills.


Ashland Estate Planning Lawyer

Edwards Klein Anderson & Shope, 2041 Carter Ave, Ashland KY 41101
(606) 326-1300

Ashland Estate Planning Lawyer

2746 Auburn Ave, Ashland KY 41102
(606) 326-2025

Ashland Estate Planning Lawyer

1505 Carter Ave Ste 202, Ashland KY 41101
(606) 324-5136

Ashland Estate Planning Lawyer

2041 Carter Ave, Ashland KY 41101
(740) 532-4554

Bardstown Estate Planning Lawyer

205 E Stephen Foster Ave, PO Box 307, Bardstown KY 40004
(502) 348-7041

Bowling Green Estate Planning Lawyer

996 Wilkinson Trace Ste B-1, Bowling Green KY 42103
(270) 793-9300

Covington Estate Planning Lawyer

1117 Cleveland Ave, Covington KY 41011
(859) 344-9966

Cynthiana Estate Planning Lawyer

103 Court St, Cynthiana KY 41031
(859) 234-6439

Elizabethtown Estate Planning Lawyer

Cooper & Cooper Law Offices, 215 N Mulberry St, Elizabethtown KY 42701
(270) 769-1410

Florence Estate Planning Lawyer

7415 Burlington Pike Ste B, Florence KY 41042
(859) 371-0730

Fort Thomas Estate Planning Lawyer

72 Sweetbriar Ave, Fort Thomas KY 41075
(513) 534-5140

Frankfort Estate Planning Lawyer

426 Powhatan Trl, Frankfort KY 40601
(502) 545-0505

Frankfort Estate Planning Lawyer

Baughman Harp, PLLC, 401 West Main Street, Suite 1, Frankfort KY 40602
(502) 227-2271

Frankfort Estate Planning Lawyer

United Bank & Capital Trust Company, PO Box 309, Frankfort KY 40602
(502) 227-1611

Georgetown Estate Planning Lawyer

1221 Lexington Rd, Georgetown KY 40324
(502) 863-5856

Georgetown Estate Planning Lawyer

107 N Hamilton, Georgetown KY 40324
(502) 863-6263

Henderson Estate Planning Lawyer

9 S Main St, Henderson KY 42420
(270) 827-9800

Lexington Estate Planning Lawyer

Stoll Kennon Ogden PLLC, 300 W Vine St Ste 2100, Lexington KY 40507
(859) 231-3000

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Avoid Tax Traps When Giving Assets to Grandchildren

Generation Skipping Transfer Tax (GSTT) is the tax imposed on transfers made to grandchildren, or individuals (other than a spouse) who are at least 37 ½ years younger than the donor of the gift. GSTT sounds complicated, and can be complicated, but the concept is simple. The tax was instated in 1976 to prevent wealthy individuals from leaving assets to their grandchildren as a way to avoid estate taxation twice – once when they leave assets to their children and then again when their children leaves assets to their children. Continue reading →

An Estate Plan for Singles

Estate planning is just as vital for the single person as it is for a married couple. A comprehensive estate plan details how assets will be distributed upon death and also sets forth a strategy for incapacity. Incapacity can be short term or long term. A complete estate plan often includes a power of attorney, health care proxy, living will, and last will and testament. For many single clients, choosing who to give certain responsibilities to can be an extra challenge. For older clients, putting together a “team” of friends, family and professionals allows designated individuals to step in and meet their needs in a well-coordinated manner. Continue reading →

Charitable Remainder Trust as Beneficiary of IRA

19 February, 2021

Estate Planning Law Articles

Why are Charitable Remainder Trusts becoming popular after the SECURE Act? Because these types of trusts are income tax exempt. Accordingly, if you name your Charitable Remainder Trust as the beneficiary of your IRA, at your death, your estate receives a charitable deduction for the portion that is attributable to the charity. Only when your beneficiary receives a distribution from the trust, will the income portion of the distribution be subject to income tax. Continue reading →

Can Spouses Disinherit Each Other?

17 February, 2021

Estate Planning Law Articles

When a couple marries later in life, after they both had children of their own, their estate plans need to take their blended family into account. For example, there are estate planning techniques such as a Qtip Trusts that allow income to the surviving spouse for life, with property passing to children upon the surviving spouse’s death. However, some couples maintain separate assets throughout the marriage and want to leave those assets to their respective children, not to each other, upon their deaths. In New York state, you cannot disinherit your spouse without his or her permission and, relying on just a promise invites disaster. Continue reading →

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