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ESTATE PLANNING
     Wills & Trusts
     Power of Attorney
     Revocable Living Trusts
     Family Limited Partnerships
     Charitable Trusts
     Special Needs Trusts
     Firearm Trusts / Gun Trusts
 
SETTLING ESTATES
     Getting Through Probate
     Managing Trusts
     Reducing and Settling Claims
     Estate Taxes
     Estate Litigation
 
CONDOMINIUM SERVICES
     Condominium Law
     Organization
     Operation
     Enforcement
     Protection
 
BUSINESS PLANNING
     C Corporation / S Corp
     Limited Liability Company
     Partnerships
     Sole Proprietorship
     Business Litigation
 
Bankruptcy Claims and Litigation
Real Estate Litigation
Tax Lien Purchase and Litigation
Mechanics Liens
Trespass and Nuisance
Boundary Disputes
 
Scientific Evidence in Litigation
Criminal Defense
Chemical and Biological
Fire Claims, Insurance Disputes
White Collar Litigation
 
Parental Rights -- Home School and Child Discipline

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT KENTUCKY BUSINESS PLANNING AND PROBLEMS

Does My Business Need to Be Incorporated?

     Business entities (corps,llcs, etc.) enable you to limit the risks and share the rewards of doing business. The need for an organization or entity depends upon many factors. Often, at least at first, a small business can be conducted as a sole proprietorship or general partnership until it becomes clear that some other entity is appropriate.

"C" Corp, "S" Corp, LLC, LLP, So Many Possibilities, How Do I choose?

     There are many possibilities, it is true and the best policy is usually to keep it simple, but the choice of entity depends upon many factors. The essence of the practice of law is to fit the facts and the law together. Your specific plans and goals, the details of your operation and the nature of you assets determine the best entity. The kinds of liability, contract and tax issues you face must be discussed specifically to determine the best entity for your business. Many times a business plan should include asset protection planning and the appropriate use of insurance.

What's the Best Plan for Minimizing Taxes?

     Businesses are allowed deductions for ordinary, necessary business expenses. The best plan is to keep good records, document everything and take every available business deduction. And when you get into tax debt, seek a settlement agreement as soon as possible.

Do I Need an Attorney?

     "One ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Do you want to pay an attorney to avoid problems or get you out of them?

How Can We Save Money on Legal Fees?

     Private practice attorneys are generally very flexible and always looking for a sensible investment. Trading for services, trading for products, taking on an investor, giving a note for payment are some of the many ways you can reduce up front costs and still get competent advice. Don't be afraid to make a proposal.

My Business is in Trouble, How do I Get Help?

     Sometimes all you have to do is ask. "You don't get what you don't ask for."

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