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Business & Corporate

Wallingford Law provides representation for business clients with diverse legal needs.

Estate Planning and Administration

Wallingford Law provides representation to assist with transition planning.

Employment & Labor

Wallingford Law’s employment practice involves the representation of clients in all areas of personnel issues.

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Our Attorneys

Our attorneys have exhibited a lifetime of commitment to their community and profession, forming the foundation of a successful small firm. With Wallingford Law, you can be assured that you will receive the experience and continuity your legal needs require.

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Uniform Power of Attorney Act Becomes Law in Kentucky

July 10, 2018 by Nick Wallingford

Based on recently revised provisions of Kentucky law applicable to Powers of Attorney, we are encouraging that clients immediately have their existing Powers of Attorney reviewed and most likely revised.

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Tax Bill Provides Tax Credit for Qualifying Medical Leave

January 29, 2018 by Nick Wallingford

The new tax bill which was recently enacted into law allows a tax credit for employers who provide employees with paid family and medical leave.  If the requirements of the credit are met, businesses will receive a reduction in their federal income taxes based on the amount of paid leave provided to employees. The amount … Read more…

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Kentucky Medical Review Panels

March 14, 2017 by Nick Wallingford

Kentucky house passes bill implementing medical review panels.

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March 2, 2017 by Nick Wallingford

On March 1, 2017, the Employee Benefits Security Administration announced its intention to issue a proposed rule which would extend for 60 days the applicable date of the “fiduciary rule.”

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