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Jennings Law Office is an professional law firm providing personalized service to persons and businesses in their financial and legal crisis.  Greg A. Jennings has over thirty years of legal experience and has represented numerous clients in the state and federal courts in Kentucky and Southern Indiana. 


Greg is a 1983 graduate of Western Kentucky University and the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in 1988. Greg clerked for both the late Judge Carl D. Melton with the Henderson Circuit Court, and the late Justice Thomas B. Spain with the Kentucky Supreme Court. Greg is a former prosecutor with the Commonwealth's Attorney in Louisville, Kentucky. Greg successfully argued before the Kentucky Supreme Court in Commonwealth v. Fint, 940 S.W.2d 896 (Ky. 1997). Greg is licensed to practice law in both Kentucky and Indiana. 


Jennings Law Office is affiliated with the legal plans of ARAG, Hyatt and CLC whose member employees work for UPS, Ford, Toyota, UK Hospital, UL Hospital, and Norton Healthcare, among others. Jennings Law Office is also affiliated with the Alliance Defending Freedom organization. 


Greg can discuss your legal problems in person, by telephone, or remotely through Zoom or Skype.  Jennings Law Office can handle most legal issues,  including but not limited to, bankruptcy, debt settlement, criminal, traffic, auto accidents, expungement, conflicts with state agencies, family law, and estate planning and probate among other issues.  Schedule an appointment today and make the business decision to get rid of the legal issues confronting you.


Here is how we can help you

  • Stop a Foreclosure

  • Stop a Garnishment

  • Criminal Defense 

  • Expungements 

  • Automobile Accidents

  • Uncontested Divorce

  • Estate Planning and Probate

  • Traffic

  • Conflicts with Government