There is a new law in Kentucky, effective June 28, 2017 which provides for the “full name” for individual and for businesses on a deed. For an individual, they need to present an unexpired Kentucky operator’s license and the name on the license will be the name on the deed. For a business, the name will need to match the articles of incorporation for a corporation and the articles of organization for an LLC. The easiest way to comply with this new law is to provide the closing agent a copy of the driver’s license prior to closing. The closing agent can obtain the business name from the Kentucky Secretary of State’s office. Any questions or for any of your real estate needs, please contact Cathy Stavros.
The Court of Appeals issued an Opinion that public agencies cannot require their employees to sign mandatory arbitration agreements as a condition of accepting employment with the public agency. If the Supreme Court declines to hear further appeal, this Opinion will be binding and set the law for the entire Commonwealth. Ziegler and Schneider attorney, Shane Sidebottom, wrote the brief and argued the case before the Court.
Ziegler and Schneider attorney, Shane Sidebottom, successfully settles lawsuit on behalf of his client in a county employment dispute.
Ziegler & Schneider is honored to wear purple and orange on this special day. Thoughts and prayers to all. #ShineForSophia
Ziegler & Schneider, P.S.C. Attorney, Dan Hunt has joined the Northern Kentucky Advisory Board of 4C for Children. 4C for Children strives to educate and support adults who care for young children and advocate for public support for quality early education and care for all children. To learn more about 4C for Children please visit their Facebook page.