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Despite being a practice area separate and distinct from “family law,” estate planning techniques and strategies adapt not only to changes in tax law but also to the changing societal tides of what makes up a family. Read More ›
The Kentucky Supreme Court, in Department of Revenue v. Mark F. Sommer, upheld all lower court decisions requiring the Department of Revenue (DOR) to make its redacted final rulings publicly available. The Court ruled that the state DOR took an “unreasonable and overly broad view” of public records statutes and later denied the department’s request for appeal. Read More ›
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J. Aaron Byrd is FBT’s Estate Planning Team leader and counsels on probate, trust administration, business succession, and asset protection planning, as well as gift, wealth transfer and generation-skipping taxation issues.