Whether you’re trying to resolve a family dispute, buy, sell or protect a business, adopt a child, or face a property issue, I give realistic, forward-thinking advice.
I’ve never been one to sugarcoat the truth. This is your case and you deserve to know what’s happening. With me, you can expect clear and honest legal advice.
Since 1990, I’ve given the people of South Central Kentucky experienced, honest, and compassionate legal help. Since that time, I’ve built trust and formed lifelong relationships with my clients, treating them like friends and neighbors—because that’s exactly what they are.
Every case starts with a conversation. I’ll spend time talking to you to get your perspective and gather as much important information as possible to build a strategy.
By the time we’re done, you’ll know exactly where your case is from a legal standpoint. Once you have that knowledge, we’ll start to work together on a strategy for your case.
I’ll walk you through the best options and put things in context. By drawing on over two decades of experience, you’ll know what has and hasn’t worked for clients in the past.
Working through a divorce where children and property are involved can be difficult. I can help find a solution that makes sense for everyone.
This is an exciting and complicated time. Let me help you with all the legal paperwork and ensure the experience goes smoothly.
There’s a lot of uncertainty when a loved one leaves property and assets behind. Probate doesn’t have to be a painful experience.
Since 1981, Bowling Green, Kentucky has been the site of manufacturing for all Chevrolet Corvettes that have ever been produced.
Logan County is the site of a pistol duel between President Andrew Jackson and Charles Dickinson on May 30, 1806. Jackson was wounded.
With the exception of Bowling Green, most of Warren County, Kentucky was a “dry” county, meaning no alcohol can be purchased there until the 2018 Election authorized it to go "wet."
Butler County is home to one of two Civil War monuments in Kentucky that honors to soldiers who served on both sides of the war.
Barren County is notable for its distinction as the “best place to live in rural America” by Progressive Farmer Magazine in 2007.
Edmonson County is home to Mammoth Cave National Park, a sprawling cave complex that draws nearly 2 million visitors per year.
Allen County is named for Colonel John Allen, a state senator and soldier killed in the Battle of Frenchtown during the War of 1812.
Simpson County is named for John Simpson, a militia officer who fought in the Battle of Fallen Timbers and died in the War of 1812.