Planning for Equality: Estate Planning, Family Law, and Tax Information for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community will be from noon to 2 p.m. April 3 at ArtsPlace, 161 North Mill Street. The seminar will help participants answer the following questions:
■ How do I make sure I have protected my spouse?
■ What are the tax ramifications if I get married out of state, or have already married out of state?
■ How does the federal ruling change my domestic partnership agreement? Should I make a post-nuptial? Is it the same?
■ How do I ensure my adopted child is my beneficiary?
■ My partner and I don't plan to get married. How do we ensure our assets are protected?
■ How do I set up a will? Is a trust a better choice?
■ Can my partner and I file jointly in the Commonwealth of Kentucky? What about federally?
Panelists include Margaret S. Barr and Terri R. Stallard, estate planning attorneys; Brittany Blackburn Koch, family law attorney; Masten Childers III, estate litigation attorney; Matthew J. Koch, tax law attorney. Tickets are $10. Register by April 1 at http://conta.cc/O7ARSq