Mediation and Arbitration We get a lot of questions about arbitration and mediation. There are many differences between arbitration and mediation. One difference is that arbitration is binding while mediation is an agreement between the parties and is not binding or enforceable unless and until the agreement is made an order of the court. In […]
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Debt Collection: Being held liable for another’s debt A spouse can be held liable for the other’s medical bills if the following factors apply: 1) the patient spouse is unable to pay 2) the non-patient spouse is able to pay If the above factors are shown, the non-patient spouse may be held liable for the patient spouse’s medical […]
Creativity within the Legal Profession: A seasoned attorney once told me that there is no place for creativity within the legal profession. This view may explain why many attorneys, even younger ones, embrace the traditional approach to the profession. You can see traces of the traditional mindset in the attorney’s office furniture, marketing, and the […]
The economy is doing better and that means that people are buying and selling homes. The inventory is at a low point, but that does not seem to be deterring people from buying. If you find yourself in a situation where you have listed your home for sale and have already purchased your new home, […]
Planning for long term care continued… There are many tools that can be used to prepare for long term care: trusts, insurance, TODs, and gift transfers during a lifetime; however, you must choose the right tools for your specific situation and you must make sure those tools are prepared correctly or you may find yourself […]
As many accountants, financial advisers, and attorneys will tell you, it is really important to keep good records throughout the year. However, even if you keep good records throughout the year, it is important to have a book keeper, accountant or tax adviser review your records at the end of the year to make sure […]
Planning for long term care As the baby boomer generation gets older, there is going to be an increased need for attorneys that specifically work in the area of estate planning for long term care. If you or a loved one is getting to the age of 55 or older, it is time to start seriously […]
Getting divorced for the second time…from the same person As you might imagine this isn’t a very common problem. Not many people get married to the same person twice. Pamela Anderson married and divorced Rick Salomon twice. Elizabeth Taylor married and divorced Richard Burton twice. Richard Pryor married two of his wives two times. For […]
Kentucky Family Law: What If My Spouse Denies That The Marriage Is Irretrievably Broken? Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series reviewing Kentucky family law. For more online sources on this and similar topics, please visit our firm YouTube channel at: www.youtube.com/tibbslawoffice www.youtube.com/tibbslawofficeKentucky Tibbs Law Office, LLC 1329 East Kemper […]
Kentucky Family Law: What Does It Mean To Have An Irretrievable Breakdown? Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series reviewing Kentucky family law. For more online sources on this and similar topics, please visit our firm youtube channel at: www.youtube.com/tibbslawoffice www.youtube.com/tibbslawofficeKentucky Tibbs Law Office, LLC 1329 East Kemper Rd. #4230 […]
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