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Whether you need a Chapter 7 or 13, get the advice you need and the fresh start you deserve.
From a simple will to the complexities of a trust, Brackney Law Office knows
When you’re grieving the loss of a loved one, you you deserve a steady hand.
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We’re committed to you and your family. Attorney Peter Brackney will be solely in charge of your casefile. He makes sure to discuss your case with you in a way that makes you fully aware and comfortable. For legal counsel that’s jargon-free, call 859-559-4648.
About Brackney Law Office
In 2015, Peter Brackney launched the Brackney Law Office, PLLC where he gets results for Kentucky individuals, families, and businesses. Whether filing a consumer bankruptcy or negotiating a buy-sell agreement, attorney Peter Brackney understands that no two cases are the same because no two clients are the same.
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At Brackney Law in Lexington , KY we are with you every step of the way.
When you’re faced with financial or family difficulties, you want sensitivity, dignity and advice. Receive the respect you deserve when you choose Brackney Law Office in Lexington, Kentucky. We promise to tackle your toughest legal questions and address your bankruptcy, estate planning and business concerns. Call 859-559-4648 to learn more about our holistic legal approach.
Steadfast Legal Counsel During Challenging Times
Some law cases are easy to resolve – others take time. If you’re in the midst of ongoing change, lean on Brackney Law Office. Our aim is to support and advise you. Whether you’re looking for an estate planning attorney in Lexington, KY or a business formation lawyer, you’ll find us equipped to help. Navigate personal and financial matters with professional guidance. We have experience with:
Chapter 7,13 and 11 bankruptcy
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Brackney Law Blog
Brackney Law Office, PLLC is closely monitoring the recommendations of local, state, and federal authorities in responding to COVID-19. Our office remains open for appointments, although we strongly prefer scheduling digital appointments for the safety of everyone....
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