Sunday, 26 of March of 2017

Greg Taylor & Associates, PLLC

I am Greg Taylor.  I am a Murray, Kentucky attorney and a native of Murray and Calloway County.  I have been practicing law since graduating from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 2003. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Murray State University in 2000. I have additionally taught a class at MSU entitled Estate Planning for Financial Planners as an adjunct professor in the Economics and Finance Department.

In addition to the practice of law, I am active in the Murray and Calloway County community. My family includes my wife, Kristin, and daughter, Cate, and son, Ben.  We are active in our church and I am an Elder at Christian Community Church in Murray.

We have law offices located at 705-A South 4th St, Murray, KY 42071, as well as at 403 Main St, Hazel, KY 42049.

I am honored to practice law in both Murray and Hazel, because my family roots go back to south Calloway County for several generations. I practice law in the areas of Real Estate, Debt Collection, Corporate Law, Asset Protection, Estate Planning and Probate, and Adoptions. See my Practice Areas section for more information about how I and my team can help you with your legal needs.  I would love to speak with you, and you can call me at 270-761-4558 or email me at greg@gregtaylorlaw.com.

Have a truly wonderful day!


GA Supreme Court Holds County Zoning Ordinance that Required Exercise of Any Vested Rights for Non-Conforming Uses Within One Year of Ordinance Adoption was Unconstitutional As Applied

In 1991, the court declared a Bartow County zoning ordinance invalid because the ordinance had not been enacted in compliance with Georgia’s Zoning Procedures Law. It was not until 1993 that Bartow County enacted a new zoning ordinance, which included a provision addressing vested rights for nonconforming use that were acquired during the absence of […]

Source: GA Supreme Court Holds County Zoning Ordinance that Required Exercise of Any Vested Rights for Non-Conforming Uses Within One Year of Ordinance Adoption was Unconstitutional As Applied


News: “Ky. budget provision faces suit” [N. Ky. Post]

Source: News: “Ky. budget provision faces suit” [N. Ky. Post]


Swiss Clinic Presents Assisted Suicide Simulation Video

Source: Swiss Clinic Presents Assisted Suicide Simulation Video


ND Supreme Court Says County was Preempted from Vetoing Commission’s Approval of a Location for an Oil and Gas Waste Treating Plant

The Environmental Driven Solutions, LLC (“EDS”) received a permit from the Commission for a waste oil treating plant in Dunn County, which allowed EDS “to recycle and treat waste crude oil obtained from drilling operations, pit oil, swab oil, acid oil, tank bottoms, oil spills, pipeline breaks, skim oil from saltwater disposal tanks, and other […]

Source: ND Supreme Court Says County was Preempted from Vetoing Commission’s Approval of a Location for an Oil and Gas Waste Treating Plant


News: “Ky. budget provision faces suit” [N. Ky. Post]

Source: News: “Ky. budget provision faces suit” [N. Ky. Post]


How Afraid of Dying Are You?

Source: How Afraid of Dying Are You?


Fed. Dist Court of MA Holds Adult Live Nude Dancing was not an “Art Use” Permitted as of Right

In this case, Plaintiff Phantom Ventures, LLC, appealed the City of Chelsea Zoning Board of Appeals’ denial of a building permit to renovate a building for a live nude dancing venue with the sale of food and alcohol.  The Zoning Board found that live nude dancing was not permitted where the building was located. Plaintiff’s Amended […]

Source: Fed. Dist Court of MA Holds Adult Live Nude Dancing was not an “Art Use” Permitted as of Right


News: “Ky. budget provision faces suit” [N. Ky. Post]

Source: News: “Ky. budget provision faces suit” [N. Ky. Post]


Why We Should Not Use “Elderspeak” with Dementia Patients

Source: Why We Should Not Use “Elderspeak” with Dementia Patients


US DOJ Enters into Settlement Agreement with City on RLUIPA Matter Involving Denial of Approval for Mosque

Editor’s Note: The following information appears in the USDOJ’s March 2017 Religious Freedom Focus Newsletter available: https://www.justice.gov/crt/religious-freedom-focus-volume-69-march2017#rluipa On March 10, a federal court in Michigan approved a settlement of the United States’ suit against the City of Sterling Heights under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA), which alleged that the city illegally denied […]

Source: US DOJ Enters into Settlement Agreement with City on RLUIPA Matter Involving Denial of Approval for Mosque