Estate Planning


The attorneys at Rose Grasch Camenisch Mains are experienced in addressing issues related to Wills, Trusts, Probate and Estate Administration, Elder Law Financial Powers of Attorney, Health Care Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, and related documents and services. When possible, we prefer to work as a team along with a client’s accountants, financial advisors, insurance agents and other key persons.

We provide documents on a flat fee basis whenever practical.

Legal Services Provided:

  • Wills and Trusts
  • Probate & Estate Administration
  • Guardianship & Conservator
  • Asset Protection Planning
  • Special Needs Planning
  • Financial and Health Care Powers of Attorney, Living Wills
  • Prenuptial & Post-nuptial Agreements
  • Corporations & LLCs
  • Income tax planning for estates, trusts & beneficiaries

Wills & Trusts

Last Will and Testament:

A Last Will and Testament allows you to choose your Executor, appoint the Guardians for your minor children and direct the amounts and conditions upon which your assets pass to beneficiaries upon your death.

Revocable Living Trusts

Revocable Trusts may be used to avoid the probate process, protect the privacy of your family and distribute your assets according to your terms and conditions. Revocable Trusts are also very beneficial should you become disabled and unable to manage your own financial affairs.

Irrevocable Trusts

Irrevocable Trusts offer opportunities to transfer assets to spouses, children and other individuals and protect them against a beneficiary’s immaturity, spousal claims (at divorce of death), creditor claims and future estate and gift taxes.

Charitable Trusts:

If you have charitable intentions during your lifetime or after your death, certain trusts may offer tax advantages and ensure that gifts are used in accordance with your desires.

Pet Trusts

Pet trusts are used to ensure that your pets are properly cared for in the event of your death or disability.

Financial Powers of Attorney

This document allows another person to act on your behalf regarding your financial affairs. Most often, this document is used by the named Attorney-in-Fact when you become incapacitated or are otherwise unable to conduct your financial affairs.

Health Care Powers of Attorney

This document names a Health Care Surrogate to make health care decisions for you when you no longer have decisional capacity.

Living Wills

This document relates to life support and authorizes or directs the removal (or non-removal) of life support measures in a number of situations.

Medicaid Planning

Proper planning assists in preserving family wealth and qualification for Medicaid benefits for long term health care needs.

Special Needs Planning

Families with disabled children are faced with preserving the child’s eligibility for government benefits while also ensuring assets are available to cover other expenses and needs. We help clients achieve both goals through trusts and other planning tools.

Schedule A Consultation

Contact an estate planning lawyer in Lexington KY to receive an in-depth consultation about your dispute or case. To speak to one of our litigation attorneys today, contact our Lexington office at 859-721-2100 or complete our contact form.