- Personal Injury
- Civil Litigation
- Real Estate
- Corporations, LLC, PSC, PLLC
- Custody Disputes
- Social Security
- Workers Compensation
Founded in 1963, McBrayer, McGinnis Leslie & Kirkland is a general practice law firm
Founded in 1963, McBrayer McGinnis Leslie & Kirkland is a general practice law firm with offices in Lexington, Louisville, Frankfort and Greenup, Kentucky and Washington, D.C. MML&K's 45 attorneys provide a full range of legal services throughout the Commonwealth.
MML&K attorneys have served in such influential positions as mayor of Lexington, majority leader of the Kentucky House of Representatives, Master Commissioner of the Fayette Circuit Court and include 4 past presidents of the Fayette County Bar Association.
The firm is Kentucky's exclusive representative in the State Capital Global Law Firm Group, an international network of respected law firms in each U.S. State Capital and more than 60 foreign countries.
MML&K attorneys possess the knowledge, experience and connections that provide a significant advantage to a wide spectrum of clients. When something needs to get done, MML&K knows what to do and who to call to make sure it does.
- How to Keep Your Home by Avoiding Foreclosure
- Getting Help With Foreclosure
- Helping Your Family
- How to Avoid Foreclosures
- The Best Ways to Prevent Foreclosures
- Understand Terms Used in Foreclosures
- Ways Stop Foreclosures
- Working With Your Lender to Stop Foreclosure
- Debt Consolidation
- Home Loans
- Foreclosure Help
- Short Sale Help
- Loan Modification Help
- Foreclosure Law
- Loss Mitigation Training
- Mortgage Rates
- Use a Loan Modification to Stop Foreclosure
- Difference between Fixed and an Adjustable Rate Mortgage
- Prevent Foreclosure with a loan modification
- How can I buy my home back?
- Are you a victim of foreclosure scams?
- Can I Rent My Property If I am in Foreclosure?
- Where to Report Foreclosure Fraud
- Common Foreclosure Scams to Avoid
- If I Can't Refinance During a Foreclosure, What Can I Do?
- Do I get money back if my Foreclosure home sells for more than what's owed?