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At Wallingford Law, we strive to deliver cost effective representation for individuals and businesses throughout Kentucky.

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Practice Areas

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.

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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Recent Articles & News

First Step Toward Dismantling The Affordable Care Act

January 30, 2017 by wpengine

During the first day of his Administration President Donald Trump issued an Executive Order highlighting the President’s stated intention to seek the prompt repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Pending repeal of the ACA, federal agencies were directed to take all legally permissible actions to minimize the economic and regulatory burdens of the ACA, … Read more…

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Construction Update: Union Reduction and Prevailing Wage Repeal

January 10, 2017 by Nick Wallingford

Kentucky becomes a “right to work” state and repeals prevailing wage .

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New Rule to Increase Overtime Eligibility

May 19, 2016 by Brian Ritchie

The new rules will significantly increase the number of workers who are subject to the overtime requirements of the FLSA, as the DOL estimates that millions of workers across the country will be affected by the changes.

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“Do I need a will?” and other common questions

May 12, 2016 by Nick Wallingford

Do I need a will? Can I do a will myself? What if I have nothing to leave anyone?

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