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Estate Planning · Elder Law/Medicaid Planning · Probate/Trust Administration · Asset Protection

At Kentucky Estate Planning Law Center, we focus on estate planning, elder law, and closely related practice areas. Our true focus, however, is helping families plan for and take control of their future. This can involve:

  • Ensuring your assets will go to the people you want, when you want, in the manner you want after you pass away
  • Preparing for the possibility that you or your spouse will need expensive long-term care—and helping you find ways to pay for it
  • Ensuring that people you trust have the authority to make financial and medical decisions on your behalf in the event of incapacity
  • Protecting your assets and those of your heirs against threats such as creditors, lawsuits, divorce, the high cost of long-term care, and more
  • Guiding your loved ones through the probate and/or trust administration process

We have helped families from all walks of life find solutions to challenges like these and many more. We welcome the opportunity to do the same for you. Ultimately, our goal is to help you enjoy the peace of mind that comes from having a plan in place for the future. We invite you to contact us for a personal meeting to discuss your particular needs and goals.

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A firm specializing in estate planning offering personalized and professional service.

Ann McCord

Very patient in explaining all the details involved in this process. Friendly and helpful.

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Very professional with expertise in Estate Planning and related services.

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Contact Us

Kentucky Estate Planning Law Center
108 East Poplar Street
Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701

Phone: (270) 982-2883

Email: ben@humphrieslaw.org

Kentucky Estate Planning Law Center

108 East Poplar Street
Elizabethtown, Kentucky 42701

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