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The Growing Issue of Cryptocurrency During a Divorce

By John H. Ruby |

Cryptocurrency is no longer an obscure investment opportunity. It has turned into a significant investment segment for many people across the country. Several investors have become wealthy as the price of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other crypto-assets increased dramatically. Correlating with this, where there is wealth, there are always complications in matters related to divorce…. Read More »

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Beneficiary Designations and Other Non-Probate Property Transfers

By John H. Ruby |

One of the most overlooked aspects of estate planning is beneficiary designations and non-probate transfers. However, it is worth the effort to designate a beneficiary because it will avoid the complexities of probate along with its hassles and expenses. A non-probate transfer is the simplest method to avoid the probate process. These transfers automatically… Read More »

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How Wheelchair Ramps Can Be Dangerous

By John H. Ruby |

Many people in Louisville rely on wheelchair ramps for accessing buildings. Wheelchair ramps are useful in making buildings more accessible to everyone whether they are using a wheelchair, walker, or stroller. In the United States, an estimated 2 million people require the use of wheelchairs. Most of the time, wheelchair ramps help people access… Read More »

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Does Child Support Cover Your Kid’s Extracurricular Activities?

By John H. Ruby |

In the case of a couple going through a divorce and having any children under the age of 18 years, all formalities related to child support payments are mostly completed before the divorce is finalized. However, in a number of cases, child support payments can be a matter of long discussions and disagreements, making… Read More »

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Estate Planning Tips for Unmarried Couples

By John H. Ruby |

According to the latest available US census data, the number of adults cohabiting has risen by almost 30% over the last five years. It is more important than ever for young and old unmarried couples to invest in estate planning. There are two sides to estate planning: (a) what happens to your things in… Read More »

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How is Fault Determined in a Car Accident?

By John H. Ruby |

A car accident can be devastating for you and your family. But if the accident and injury occurred because of another’s fault, you may have a right to claim financial damages. Once you have obtained emergency medical care, one of the first things that need to be established after a car accident is the… Read More »

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How Mediation Differs from Litigation During a Kentucky Divorce

By John H. Ruby |

Filing for divorce is undoubtedly one of the hardest decisions you might ever have to make. While nothing can take away the pain of ending your marriage, you can certainly make the process less stressful by choosing mediation over litigation. How Does Mediation Work in a Kentucky Divorce? Divorce mediation is a cooperative process… Read More »

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Can Your Vehicle’s “Black Box” Help with Your Auto Accident Claim?

By John H. Ruby |

Many cars and trucks today are equipped with an Event Data Recorder (EDR) that can record information about the vehicle before, during, and after a crash. Also known as a “black box”, this electronic device is often used to help prove liability in a vehicle collision case. The black box is typically located in… Read More »

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Why Planning for Incapacity Is Essential

By John H. Ruby |

A carefully formulated estate plan involves preparing for both the expected as well as the unexpected, including such possibilities as incapacitation. Effective incapacity planning is a must not just for seniors but for everyone, as an injury or illness can befall at any time regardless of your stage in life. Consult with a dedicated… Read More »

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How Are My Lost Wages Proven in a Personal Injury Case?

By John H. Ruby |

In a personal injury compensation claim, the at-fault party or their insurance company is legally liable to pay monetary compensation to the plaintiff, provided their negligence and its connection to the victim’s injuries is established. The damages received by the injured party is broadly divided into two categories: Economic Damages: Economic damages are expenses… Read More »