Wednesday, 10 of February of 2016

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!


IA Appeals Court Agrees Plaintiffs Lacked Standing to Challenge Denial of Rezoning

Rockne Cole, Jon Fogarty, and Mark McCallum filed an application to rezone certain property owned by Iowa City. The rezoning application was denied by the City Council, and Cole, along with ICATS (an unincorporated association), petitioned for a writ of certiorari with the district court to contest the City Council’s refusal to rezone the property. […]

Source: IA Appeals Court Agrees Plaintiffs Lacked Standing to Challenge Denial of Rezoning


Map of the day–Dams removed since 1936

Source: Map of the day–Dams removed since 1936


Why Keeping Beneficiary Designations Updated Is Important

Source: Why Keeping Beneficiary Designations Updated Is Important


VT Supreme Court Finds that, Neighbors Waived Their Claim Regarding Conditional Permit Application for Subdivision

Willowell Foundation received a conditional-use permit to build a community center and related improvements on a large plot of land in the Town of Monkton. Willowell’s 229.8–acre plot is located in Monkton’s Medium Density Rural Agricultural Zoning District (RA 2 MD) and is subject to the Unified Planning Document for the Town of Monkton. For […]

Source: VT Supreme Court Finds that, Neighbors Waived Their Claim Regarding Conditional Permit Application for Subdivision


Nolon on Enhancing the Urban Environment Through Green Infrastructure

Source: Nolon on Enhancing the Urban Environment Through Green Infrastructure


Some Considerations When Seeking To Exclude Estranged Children

Source: Some Considerations When Seeking To Exclude Estranged Children


NY Appellate Court Finds Standing as Plaintiffs’ Property was Sufficiently Close Enough to be in Zone of Interest and that Allege Injury was Different from the Community in General

In an action to permanently enjoin alleged violations of the Zoning Resolution of the City of New York, the defendant Robert Cunningham appealed from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, which, granted the motion of nonparty Stuart A. Klein and his law firm to be relieved as the plaintiffs’ counsel. Additionally, Cunningham also […]

Source: NY Appellate Court Finds Standing as Plaintiffs’ Property was Sufficiently Close Enough to be in Zone of Interest and that Allege Injury was Different from the Community in General


Laddering Your Way to Possession

Source: Laddering Your Way to Possession


What People Should Know About Conservation Tax Incentives

Source: What People Should Know About Conservation Tax Incentives


First Circuit Court of Appeals Rejects Owner’s § 1983 Claim of a Violation of First Amendment Rights and Eighth Amendment Right to be Free of Excessive Fines Resulting From Zoning Violation

In 2009, Robert Snyder sued the City of Waltham, Massachusetts, and several of its officials alleging that their vindictive application of a local zoning board’s authority violated state law as well as the United States and Massachusetts Constitutions. In 2014 the court previously ruled, on interlocutory appeal, that two individual defendants were immune to suit […]

Source: First Circuit Court of Appeals Rejects Owner’s § 1983 Claim of a Violation of First Amendment Rights and Eighth Amendment Right to be Free of Excessive Fines Resulting From Zoning Violation