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About Brian Borellis:
He has written extensively on the subject of trusts, estate planning, and Medicaid planning strategies and techniques. He has co-authored the book Kentucky Medicaid Eligibility Guide for Nursing Home Care concerning Medicaid eligibility strategies and advance planning which was published in 2001 by Guiding Light Publications. In addition, his publications Irrevocable Trusts: Tax Aspects and Practical Considerations, 1988, 1991, and Estate Conservation Planning, 1996, 2003 and 2009, all published by the University of Kentucky Press, are widely used by attorneys and law libraries throughout the State of Kentucky. Mr. Borellis has been a regular speaker at the annual Mid-South Estate Planning Conference sponsored by the University of Kentucky College of Law.
In addition, he has pending an extensive review in both paper and on DVD format pertaining to Medicaid Planning in Kentucky. This material is scheduled for release in early 2010 as part of the UK Monograph Series, a collection of treatises written by individual Kentucky lawyers on subjects of interest to the Kentucky Bar.
He is a frequent speaker before professional groups including social workers, nursing home administrators, and lawyers. He has lectured and published with the National Business Institute, Half Moon Seminars, and Medical Educational Services on the subjects of Kentucky Medicaid and Medicaid Planning, Kentucky Elder Law. Mr. Borellis has frequently published in the Louisville area Business First, and the Louisville Courier-Journal on the same subjects.
Most recently, Mr. Borellis has been featured for five consecutive years in the March “Best Lawyers in Louisville” issue of Louisville Magazine. He has once again been recognized as a leading attorney in the elder law area by the “Best Lawyers in America” which is the oldest and highly respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.
Mr. Borellis is an attorney with offices at 802 Stone Creek Pky # 8, Louisville, Kentucky 40223.
He has been practicing law in Louisville since 1987 in the area of estate planning, following six years experience in estate and trust administration with two large trust institutions. His practice concentrates in the area of estate planning, trust and estate administration, with a significant emphasis on elder law and Medicaid eligibility planning.