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Trusts & Estates

Our Trusts & Estates Law practice is dedicated to meeting the needs of families, businesses, and individuals. Our skills and many years of experience allow us to offer comprehensive, team-oriented services. We recognize that trust and estate matters touch the very core of our client’s personal lives and the lives of their families, and we distinguish ourselves on the responsive, comprehensive, first-class service and value we provide our clients. Our principles of trust, communication, innovation, and value guide us in all client relationships. We deeply value our clients and strive to build relationships that will last a lifetime. We are committed to:

  • Keeping our clients informed about the engagement and responding promptly to client questions, phone calls, and inquiries
  • Client confidentiality
  • Producing the highest quality work product
  • Providing our personalized services at costs that add value to our client’s lives
  • Completing our work in an efficient, effective, and timely manner
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July 20, 2020
July 21, 2020 By Joseph B. Colvin Member, Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC (859) 231-3642 On March 17, 2020, Gov. Andy Beshear signed HB 155 that includes the new Kentucky Community Property Trust Act, which is codified at KRS 386.620 – 386.624. The Act went into effect July 15, 2020. The Act permits married couples […]
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