Kentucky Estate Planning Laws
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed June 20, 2016
Welcome to FindLaw's estate planning section for Kentuckians, covering the laws and procedures to help you plan for the end of your life and beyond. Estate planning laws govern the process by which we declare how we would like our possessions divided after our death and related matters. For instance, a "living will" is a legally binding document that outlines our preferences for life-sustaining medical procedures should we become incapacitated. Kentucky estate planning laws are not very different than estate planning laws in other states, although there are subtle variances. Click on a link below to learn more about a given topic.
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