Estate Issues Related to Settlements and Judgments
We are happy to welcome Lindy Karns back to speak to us for our first meeting of the 2018! She will be leading a discussion regarding settlements and judgments where they pertain to estate issues.
Mary Melinda "Lindy" Karns is a certified public accountant specializing in taxation issues. Initially, Karns was employed by Arthur Young and Co. and Houston, Deloitte, Haskins and Sells of Lexington, before starting her own firm, Dulworth Breeding Karns & Pleasants LLP, in 1989. Lindy was born in Fairfield, Iowa and graduated from Corbin High School (Kentucky). Karns is a graduate of the University of Kentucky (Bachelor Arts – English Literature) and the University of South Carolina (Masters – Accountancy). She taught at both of her alma maters, as well as Eastern Kentucky University graduate and undergraduate classes.
As a Kentucky resident from 1969-1978 and 1985 to present, Karns has been a community activist. She has served as a former treasurer and chair of the Audit Committee, United Way; treasurer of the Salvation Army; treasurer of Kentucky Executive Mansions Foundation; president, Chrysalis House; treasurer, Divine Providence Inc.; board member, Kentucky Equine Humane Center; board member, Economic Development Partnership Board; Leadership Committee, Frontier Nursing University; KYCPA tax committee member and member of the Board of Directors; 2012 chair of the American Heart Association Go Red for Women Luncheon; Blue Grass Community Foundation; board member treasurer, First Saturday in May Inc.; and treasurer, Beshear Mongiardo and Beshear Abramson campaigns.
It is IMPERATIVE that you RSVP by either registering online here - http://www.bgepc.org/events/event/14910 - or by replying directly to this email no later than Monday, January 1st, at 12:00 PM. When accepting, please be sure to provide me with the name of any guest(s) you may be bringing with me so that a nametag can be prepared for them.
Cancellations will be accepted until 5:00 PM on Monday, January 1st. If you do not cancel your reservation, you may be billed for the regular meeting fee as the Council becomes financially obligated to cover costs.
We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, January 2nd!