Do Kentuckians need a living or revocable trust?

Written by Jim Worthington on April 27, 2017

If you:

  • don’t have kids under 18 or other special needs beneficiaries,
  • don’t own property in more than one state, and
  • don’t have a particular reason to keep your will private,

you don’t need a living or revocable trust.

This advice may be different than what you’ve read elsewhere on the internet….Read More

Thanks to my friend Stacey Vicari

Written by Jim Worthington on January 9, 2017

As I’m starting out the new year, I want to give a shout out to my friend and coach, Stacey Vicari. Stacey’s business and life consulting practice, Ideal Life, has been invaluable for me to keep on track. (I’m certainly not saying I don’t have work to do, but Stacey is the voice…Read More

Worthington Elected KBA Probate & Trust Chair

Written by Jim Worthington on May 12, 2016

I’m happy to announce that I was elected chair of the Kentucky Bar Association’s Probate & Trust Section for the 2016-2017 year. I look forward to working with the section’s many members and continuing the long tradition of excellent presentations. Look for more news in the near future.

More about Prince

Written by Jim Worthington on April 28, 2016

For an article about some of the difficulties that will be associated with Prince’s estate administration, see this Slate article.

Attorney of the Month – James C. Worthington, Sr.

Written by worthingtonadmin on January 10, 2016

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Keeping Up to Speed with Changing Legal Environments

By Dan Baldwin

James C. Worthington, Sr., Sole Proprietor of Worthington Law Firm, says the laws and regulations governing wills, trusts, estate planning,…Read More