Whitney Wilson

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Whitney Wilson

Elder Law of Louisville

4500 Bowling Boulevard
Suite 150
Louisville, KY 40207
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Whitney Wilson has practiced law in Louisville, Kentucky since 2004. Her practice at Elder Law of Louisville is focused solely on Elder Law, which includes VA Benefits Planning, Medicaid Planning, Special Needs Planning, Guardianship, Wills, Powers of Attorney, Advanced Directives, Trusts, Trust Administration and Probate.  She is admitted to practice law in the State of Kentucky and is accredited by the VA to assist veterans with claims for benefits.

In the Louisville, KY area, Whitney is an active member of the Louisville Bar Association (LBA), participating in the Estate & Probate Section and Disability Section. She is also a member of the Estate Planning Council of Metro Louisville.  State-wide, Whitney is actively involved with the Kentucky Bar Association (KBA). She is the Immediate Past Chair of its Elder Law Section and is a member of the Probate & Estate Section, serving on its Legislative Committee.  She is also a member of the Kentucky Guardianship Association (KGA). Nationally, Whitney is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), the Academy of Special Needs Planners (ASNP), and Elder Counsel.

Whitney also writes about Elder Law topics. She is a contributing author of the Elder Law book published by West as part of its Kentucky Practice Series. She provided and updates its VA Benefits chapter.  She also co-authored with her law partner, Eileen Walsh, an article entitled, "Paying for Long Term Care Without Medciaid", to be published by NAELA.  Whitney routinely speaks at the local, state and national level on Elder Law topics, including at the KBA, LBA, UK/CLE, and for national legal seminar companies.

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