Why you shouldn’t practice bankruptcy law (a post for attorneys)

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)

Some simple things you can do to help improve your credit

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

Same-Sex bankruptcy case

In light of the ongoing US Supreme Court cases regarding marriage, I thought should talk about a case I have that is ongoing.  I represent two gentlemen who were married in New York and filed bankruptcy in Louisville Kentucky. After briefs, motions and hearings, my client’s have the only same-sex marriage that is currently recognized in … Continue reading Same-Sex bankruptcy case