Bardstown Elder Law Lawyer
Elder Law, Conservatorship, Guardianship, and Trustee Law
This office serves as the representative of estates of all sizes and attorney Allen Gailor, personally, will serve as the estate executor, administrator, trustee, or other fiduciary, if requested. Since 1964, managing partner Allen K. Gailor of The Gailor Law Offices, PLLC, has served as executor, administrator, conservator, guardian, or trustee for over 2,000 estates throughout Kentucky. For over 12 years, Allen Gailor served as the Jefferson County Public Administrator, where he was responsible for overseeing probate administration for hundreds of Louisville-area Probate estates and Disability actions.
Contact the elder law attorneys of The Gailor Law Offices, PLLC, to talk with us about how we can help with your estate administration needs today. We take the word trust in trustee very seriously. We make sure estates are protected from unscrupulous trustees, administrators, and family members who often see opportunities for illegal gain.
At the estate administration and elder law firm of The Gailor Law Offices, PLLC, we are proud of the reputation we have developed in estate-planning and probate law since 1964. We can help you handle the affairs of the estate with which you have been entrusted.
A Special Note about Our Approach to Estate Planning:
We believe it is important to meet with each client and prepare an estate plan tailored to that client's individual needs. Our attorneys do not believe in the use of blanket or canned trust agreements, but prefer to tailor these instruments. The Gailor Law Office has represented numerous elderly individuals either as attorney or as trustee, guardian or conservator. In such capacity, the attorneys and staff of the Gailor Law Office are aware of and experienced in the legal issues facing the elderly client.
Estate-Planning, Probate, and Estate Administration Law
Contact the elder law attorneys of The Gailor Law Offices, PLLC, to schedule an opportunity to meet with us today about your estate or elder law needs.