Legal Food Frenzy- Let’s End Hunger in Kentucky

  Lexington, KY. March 27, 2017– DelCotto Law Group PLLC is pleased to announce that it will be participating in the inaugural Kentucky Legal Food Frenzy from March 27 to April 7, 2017. The Food Frenzy is a statewide fund drive competition among Kentucky law firms, law schools and legal

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How Long Does a Chapter 11 Take?

“How long does a chapter 11 take?” In Kentucky, a typical chapter 11 bankruptcy lasts 6 months – 1 year.  However, chapter 11’s vary with each situation, factors include: number of creditors research of potential litigation claims cash flow/operating issues, and if primary lenders agree on a plan or sale.  

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February 2017 Community Events

DLG attorneys and paraprofessionals are actively involved in the central Kentucky community.  We strive to make central Kentucky a better place to live, work and relax for everyone.   The coldest time of the year is upon us! DLG attorney Sara Johnston is teaming up with the Central Kentucky American

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5 Reasons Giving Property to Children Should Wait

When asking clients what their plan is for affording long-term care, often times they respond by saying the will give everything to their children before they need care. This blog discusses the top five reasons why giving your children everything before you need care is not the answer, and offers

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Another Hospital Bankruptcy, More to Follow in 2017

By: Laura Day DelCotto, Esq. At least two hospitals have already filed for bankruptcy protection in 2017, and the year is young.  This follows approximately a dozen filings in 2016 nationwide, some closures and others to complete a sale transaction through the bankruptcy process.     The healthcare sector is in such

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Medicare vs Medicaid Who Pays for What

Medicare vs. Medicaid: Which Pays for What?

Medicare vs. Medicaid: Which Pays for What & How Do They Relate to Long Term Care? Medicare and Medicaid are two government entitlement programs many Americans misunderstand or misinterpret, especially as they relate to skilled nursing care.  Each program is commonly mistaken for the other; or, many are simply unsure

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