Karen L. Perch, Ph. D., J.D. practices law in Lexington, Kentucky and Fayette Co.
Her entire staff is dedicated to helping clients with their legal matters regarding: -Wills -Living Wills -Powers of Attorney -Trusts, including Special Needs Trusts, Qualifying Income -Trusts (Miller Trusts), and Family Trusts -Estate Administration Conveniently located on Alexandria Drive, off Harrodsburg Road, parking is free and easy, so there's no need to hunt for parking downtown. History: Since 1995, Karen L. Perch, Ph.D., J.D. has concentrated on helping individuals and families decide how to manage their affairs, and who will help them, when they are unable to help themselves, through powers of attorney, health care surrogates and living wills. This firm also helps clients arrange their affairs so that their intended beneficiaries can receive property at the death of the client, through a Will, Trust, or both. This can mean avoiding the time constraints and publicity of probate, and ensuring a smooth transition from the death of the client to inheritance by loved ones. Clients: Karen L. Perch, Attorney has served many individuals and families over the years. To give you a few examples, this firm has assisted people with : -a spouse or significant other, -people with, and without, minor children , -people with no spouse or significant other, but who have some assets, -elderly people trying to qualify for Medicaid, and -parents of a special needs child. Goals: Our goals are simple: -To help all people - promptly, with care and exceptional competence; -To be available, return calls promptly, and reply to inquiries promptly and courteously; and -To help each client understand the legal and factual issues that affect their decision making, so that they can make informed decisions. Specialties: This firm has specialized experience in: -Wills/ Trusts/ Estate Planning, -Special Needs Planning, -Medicaid Planning, and -Estate Administration.
2333 Alexandria Drive
Lexington KY 40504
Estate Planning and Elder Law
Many issues confront persons trying to complete their estate planning. Among them are lessening ability to manage one's own affairs, financial obligations to others, property rights, long term care options, Medicaid eligibility, providing for loved ones when resources are limited, or when there are special needs, and deciding who will help you at various stages of your life. Call for an appointment to see what help we can provide as you work through these issues.
Kansas State University, Ph.D., 1983
University of Kentucky, J.D., 1995
-1997, U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
-1999, U.S. Supreme Court
Fayette County, and Kentucky (Member, Real Property, Probate and Trust Section) Bar Associations
Academy of Special Needs Planners.
South Weymouth, Massachusetts
University of Kentucky
Juris Doctorate, 1995
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