How Are Kentucky Bankruptcy Trustees Paid, and How Does That Affect My Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy Trustees come in several flavors. The Covington Division of Kentucky’s federal bankruptcy courts alone have three Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustees, one Chapter 13 bankruptcy trustee, a United States Trustee, and occasional special trustees that might be appointed to oversee especially … [Read more...]

Filing Bankruptcy to Avoid Foreclosure in Northern Kentucky

The following post is part of our Law Student Blog Writing Project, and is authored by Raphael Jackson, a law student from the Chase School of Law. Some Kentucky residents at a certain unfortunate period in their lives may find themselves in a position in which they must consider the option of … [Read more...]

Pros and Cons of Filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy before Divorce

Divorce can be an unfortunate situation for a married couple in endless ways and will almost always have a detrimental effect on the parties’ financial situations. Frequently, one or both individuals seeks relief from United States Bankruptcy Court for a Chapter 7 case after the conclusion of the … [Read more...]

Jingle Bells or Jingle Blues?

The following post is part of our Law Student Blog Writing Project, and is authored by Thomas Rovito, who is pursuing his Juris Doctorate at the Ohio State University. How Holiday Credit Card Debt Could Impact Your Kentucky Bankruptcy The consumer advocate news outlet NerdWallet estimates that … [Read more...]

What Will Happen to My Spouse If I File Bankruptcy?

There are a lot of reasons to file a bankruptcy, and there are even more reasons to not want your spouse involved. From our Northern Kentucky office, Lawrence & Associates has filed thousands of bankruptcies and seen hundreds of scenarios where it would benefit the people in debt to have only … [Read more...]

A Northern Kentucky Tragedy, and What a Car Accident Lawyer Should Do

By now, everyone is familiar with the tragic accident that took the lives of Rodney Pollitt, Samantha Malohn, and their three children. Because this firm represented Mr. Pollitt and several members of Ms. Malohn’s family in the past, the news hit us especially hard. When lawyers are at their best, … [Read more...]

10 “Tricks” to Keeping Your Kids Safe This Halloween

By Karley G. Michels It’s that time of year again! All of the little ghosts, goblins (or ninja turtles) of the neighborhood will be at your doorstep asking for a sweet treat tonight. According to The Globe and Mail, most parents consider letting their kids trick-or-treat by themselves on … [Read more...]

The Dayton, Ohio Red-Light Camera Dispute – What do I Need to Know?

The following post is part of our Law Student Blog Writing Project, and is authored by Caitlin DiCrease, a law student from Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. What is the law on Red-Light Cameras in Ohio? Speeding and the running of red lights are two of the most common traffic … [Read more...]

Legal Fee Arbitration — Knowing Your Rights as a Lawyer

Follow the link to read Justin Lawrence’s most recent article in The Advocate, educating Kentucky attorneys about Kentucky’s fee arbitration system that acts as an alternative to costly civil suits over legal fees. Legal Fee Arbitration — Knowing Your Rights as a Lawyer … [Read more...]

Client Appreciation for Renee Chase

Renee Chase, one of our valued Workers’ Compensation paralegals, recently received a surprise bouquet of flowers from a grateful client.  Lawrence & Associates values customer service and encourages employees to go the extra mile to help our clients through trying times.  Renee does a wonderful … [Read more...]