We Help Simplify The Complex Legal Process
Often times the legal process can be confusing & stressful, we work hard to simplify the process for our clients.
We Take Pride In Being Responsive To Our Clients
Our clients needs are very important to us so you will get a prompt response from us, such as a return phone call or email.
Proudly Serving Kentucky & Indiana Since 1990
For almost 30 years we have provided legal services to communities in Kentucky and Southern Indiana.
Efficient, Client Focused & Compassionate
Our excellent service comes from our core values. These include being efficient, client focused, having integrity and compassion.
Our Clients Have The Power To Choose
Our clients have the option of choosing hourly or percentage billing. Our Estate Planning services is a flat fee.
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“Roz and her team were a pleasure to work with. They did a great job explaining legal jargon in a way I could understand. I felt that they worked efficiently all the while taking the time necessary to answer all my questions. I would definitely recommend their services to anyone looking for quality service at an excellent value.”
“For the past 17 years, Roz has handled the estate planning for our extended family. Her expertise, thoughtfulness and guidance has been most appreciated. I recommend her to all my friends and other family members.”
“Estate planning with Triplett & Carothers was a great experience. I looked at using some of the online legal services, but after speaking with Ms. Carothers about my situation, I realized a professional attorney was the right route to go versus standardized online legal forms. Ms. Carothers was very flexible and professional...”
“Thank you, Rosalyn, for making this a simple and efficient experience. You were extremely thorough, and answered every question and scenario we presented to you. We will highly recommend you to friends and family.”
Jul 8, 2021
How To Divide an Estate Among Heirs
The death of a family member can bring up tough questions. If the deceased owns a house and land, which of their heirs will get them? Or should they be sold and the money divided up? These are pressing questions when two of the heirs are saying they...READ MORE
Jul 5, 2021
The Non-Financials of Retirement
Ever known people who couldn't manage to retire? They quit their jobs the moment they turned 65, but a few months later, they were back and working part time at the same desk. If anyone asked, they would sigh and say, "I just can't sit in my recliner...READ MORE
Jul 1, 2021
Estate Planning: Necessary for Singles?
If you don't have a will or trust, and you don't have a spouse or children at the time of your death, who gets your assets? The answer varies from state to state, but usually they go to your "first-degree relatives" — that is, your surviving parents and/or siblings. If you don't have any first-degree relatives, then nieces, nephews or cousins may come into the picture.READ MORE
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we simplify the complexities of life & death decisions
The death of a loved one can be overwhelming. People often wonder what the next step is, and the one after that, as well. Our probate lawyers can guide you through the probate process.