Family Law services, including
Estate Planning services, including
Please Note: The Commonwealth of Kentucky does not certify specialties of law.
ELSTON LAW OFFICE, PLLC provides comprehensive family law and estate planning services to fit a wide range of requirements, customized to fit your needs. Attorney Keith D. Elston is dedicated to excellent customer service and thorough, reliable results.
Keith Doniphan Elston, a 2005 graduate of Drake University Law School in Des Moines, Iowa, has been a practicing family law and estate planning attorney since 2006. He has handled a number of difficult and challenging divorce cases for both opposite-sex and same-sex couples, and he has helped hundreds of clients create or enlarge their forever families through adoption. Mr. Elston has also assisted hundreds of clients to develop strong estate plans through the creation of wills, powers of attorney, health care advance directives and living trusts.
He has presented to various community and professional groups throughout Kentucky regarding property settlement, estate planning after divorce, prenuptial agreements for same-sex couples, adoption and foster care, ethical legal practice, and LGBTQI+ youth homelessness.
Mr. Elston serves on the Kentucky Bar Association's Child Protection, Domestic Violence and Children's Rights Study Committee. He is Chair-Elect of the Kentucky Bar Association's LGBT Law Section. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the National LGBT Bar Association, and is a member of the NLGBT Bar Association's Family Law Institute.
In addition to his private law practice, Mr. Elston is the legal director for the Kentucky Youth Law Project, Inc., (KYLP), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit legal services organization whose mission is to enhance and protect the legal rights and entitlements of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, gender fluid, and gender non-conforming (LGBTQI+) youth through free legal representation, education, and public policy advocacy. The goal of KYLP is to reduce homelessness and promote equal treatment for LGBTQI+ youth in social welfare agencies, government services, the courts and public schools throughout Kentucky. For more information, visit the KYLP Facebook page, www.facebook.com/KentuckyYouthLaw.