In full disclosure, as I’m about to tell you why you shouldn’t dabble in Bankruptcy Court, I do handle bankruptcy cases and a variety of areas of law, but I don’t dabble in it, it makes up a large part of my practice and has for the last twelve years. This is not going to … Continue reading Why you shouldn’t practice bankruptcy law (a post for attorneys)
Same-sex Marriage in Kentucky, Sooner or Later? The question isn’t whether or not same-sex marriage will be legal in Kentucky; the question is when it will be legal in Kentucky. At this point, Kentucky has the opportunity to be a trailblazer with regard to the legalization of same-sex marriage. To date, fifty-five percent of the … Continue reading A snap shot in time from April 2015: Same-sex Marriage in Kentucky, Sooner or Later?
On this day four years ago, July 26, 2013, Fauver Law Office, which was Dawn Elliott and Shannon Fauver, filed the case, Bourke v. Beshear, which started Kentucky on the path to the U.S. Supreme Court and a ruling on marriage equality. When we filed the case, we were told that we could not win, … Continue reading 4 years since the filing of the Kentucky marriage equality cases
On June 26, 2015, the US Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples have the same right to marry as opposite-sex couples and the world has changed forever. Obergefell v. Hodges Looking back, on June 26, 2003, the US Supreme Court ruled in Lawrence v. Texas that no one could be charged with a crime for … Continue reading Two years since Marriage Equality became the law of the land
Last year, 2015, only a fraction of Kentuckians voted and we elected a Governor without a mandate from the people as less than half the people in the Commonwealth of Kentucky voted. This election cycle, we in Kentucky, and in the rest of the country, are voting for everything from who will hear your traffic … Continue reading The importance of your vote this election
Metal Detectors in JCPS? Last week, I met with Dr. Raisor, the Chief Operations Officer for JCPS to discuss the possibility of putting metal detectors/magnetometers in all JCPS middle and high schools. It was a productive first meeting, and there will be more. There are many people working on this issue including but not limited to Scott Drabenstadt, … Continue reading Metal detectors at JCPS?
This is an announcement. You are receiving this as you have previously had contact with the Fauver Law Office, PLLC. This is not related to any case you previously may have had with our office, this is a Public Service Announcement. The expungement law has changed in Kentucky as of July 15, 2016. It is … Continue reading Ky Expungement Letter
Some simple things you can do to help improve your credit: Get a copy of your credit report. If you live in Kentucky, you are entitled to a free copy every year. You can get it from www.annualcreditreport.com. Do not take any of the add-ons, just go straight through for your free report. Once you have … Continue reading Some simple things you can do to help improve your credit
As of the beginning of this school year, 2016-2017, JCPS has a new form which allows for the changing of a student’s name and/or gender, in the record. This would mean that the name and gender of the child, could match their chosen name and gender identity. This is in place of legal name change … Continue reading Gender change forms for JCPS students
A bill was recently introduced for consideration for Kentucky’s General Assembly next year that would change some felonies to “gross misdemeanors”. A felony is crime punishable by over a year and jail and if one pleads guilty, or is found guilty of a felony, it has previously kept people from (just some of the limitations) voting, owning a gun, and … Continue reading What is a Gross Misdemeanor