Helpful Resources

Estate Planning Information

Choices When You Make Your Estate Plan  – This white paper helps clients start thinking about the choices they face when making a will or trust. It doesn’t substitute for in-person legal advice but helps make the process more efficient.

 

Kentucky Law

KRS chapters that are important to trust law, estate administration, and estate planning (linked to the matching Kentucky Legislative Research Commission website) follow:

 

Links to Community and Legal Organizations

  • National Association of Workforce Boards  – NAWB represents approximately 550 Workforce Development Boards and their 12,000+ business members that coordinate and leverage workforce strategies with education and economic development stakeholders within their local communities, to ensure that state and local workforce development and job training programs meet the needs of employers.
  • 55,000 Degrees  – Partners around Louisville, Kentucky, are working to improve education attainment by adding at least 40,000 more bachelor’s degrees and 15,000 more associate degrees.
  • Kentuckiana Works  – KentuckianaWorks oversees the region’s system of career centers where job seekers can find jobs and education and training opportunities and apply for unemployment insurance. Career centers also help employers meet their workforce needs by linking them with qualified employees.
  • Kentucky Bar Association – The mission and purpose of the Association is to maintain a proper discipline of the members of the bar in accordance with these Rules and with the principles of the legal profession as a public calling, to initiate and supervise, with the approval of the Court, appropriate means to insure a continuing high standard of professional competence on the part of the members of the Bar, and to bear a substantial and continuing responsibility for promoting the efficiency and improvement of the judicial system.
  • The North Carolina State Bar – The North Carolina State Bar is the state agency responsible for regulating the practice of law in North Carolina.
  • American Bar Association – The American Bar Association is one of the world’s largest voluntary professional organizations, with nearly 400,000 members and more than 3,500 entities.  It is committed to doing what only a national association of attorneys can do: serving our members, improving the legal profession, eliminating bias and enhancing diversity, and advancing the rule of law throughout the United States and around the world.
  • The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel – The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (formerly known as The American College of Probate Counsel) is a nonprofit association of lawyers and law professors skilled and experienced in the preparation of wills and trusts; estate planning; and probate procedure and administration of trusts and estates of decedents, minors and incompetents. Its more than 2,700 members are called “Fellows” and practice throughout the United States, Canada and other foreign countries.