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Hand in Hand Toward the Future: The Obergefell Decision and Its Impact on Same-Sex Couples [PODCAST]

This is a recording of the discussion "Hand in Hand Toward the Future: The Obergefell Decision and How Same-Sex Couples Can Plan for Their Family and Money" that took place on July 8, 2015. This discussion was sponsored by McBrayer, UBS Financial Services and Lexington Fairness.

Panelist Terri Stallard is from McBrayer's Estate Planning and Administration Practice Group. She has extensive experience in estate and wealth transfer planning, specifically business succession planning.

Brittany Koch also serves as a panelist. She is from the firm's litigation group and provides a wide variety of family law services ranging from the initiation to the conclusion of dissolution proceedings, and including issues related to custody, timesharing, child support and alimony.

Matthew Koch, from the firm's corporate services group, also sits on the panel. He focuses his practice on tax and finance law as a licensed attorney and CPA.

Andrew Hart joins the attorneys from McBrayer. He is an advisor with the Bluegrass Wealth Management Group at UBS Financial. He provides same-sex couples with wealth planning to help preserve and protect their financial well-being. He focuses on social responsible investing and believes investors can do well by doing good.

© 2022 by McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland, PLLC. All rights reserved.National Law Review, Volume V, Number 198
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Brittany Blackburn Koch, McBrayer Law Firm, Litigation Family Attorney
Associate

Brittany Blackburn Koch is a member of the firm's litigation group. Her practice is diverse, with a primary focus on civil litigation and family law. Her civil litigation practice includes the areas of contract disputes, personal injury, and employment law, which consists of representing employers in state and federal trial courts for issues associated with the enforcement of no-compete agreements, the investigation and defense of discrimination claims, and the negotiation and enforcement of severance agreements.

Ms. Koch provides a variety of family law services ranging from the...

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Matthew Koch, McBrayer Law firm, Tax Attorney
Associate

Matthew Koch joined McBrayer as an Associate in January 2014. Matthew is a member of our corporate department where he focuses his practice on tax and finance law.

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