James L. Fine, Attorney

With experience and knowledge that comprise several different concentration of law, including a Masters of Laws in Taxation, Jim Fine offers both Kentucky and Florida clients a well-rounded background to a variety of legal needs. This background provides his clients “one-stop shopping” with their business formations, estate, tax, and real estate issues. Jim’s longtime involvement in real estate has given him extensive awareness of local brokers, lenders, bankers and investors, connecting his clients with many options to solve various problems and planning issues. Jim’s dedication to comprehensive service has nurtured long-term client relationships and makes him a trusted name in the business community. Education
  • Vanderbilt University
  • Indiana University – Bachelor of Science in Business with Distinction in Accounting, 1971
  • University of Louisville – Juris Doctor, 1974
  • University of Miami – Master of Laws in Taxation, 1975
Professional Memberships
  • The Florida Bar – 2006
  • Kentucky Bar Association – 1975
  • Louisville Bar Association
  • Estate Planning Council of Louisville
  • St. Matthews Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Louisville Estate Planning Council
  • Southwest Louisville Rotary Club
  • Business Networking International
  • Director, Mortgage Banker’s Association
  • Closing Agent – Indiana
  Business Outreach Being a licensed attorney for over forty two years, Mr. Fine has lectured on estate planning and probate administration on behalf of many organizations including the following:
  • Louisville Bar Association Probate Section
  • National Business Institute
  • Federal Employees Association Groups
  • The Red Cross
  • Business Network International
  • Louisville Downtown Lions Club
  • Lorman Institute
  • Rotary International
  • Naval Ordinance
  • Kentucky Real Estate Investors Association (KREIA)
  • Louisville Estate Planning Council
  • Southwest Louisville Rotary Club
  • WHAS Radio’s “Ask the Lawyers”
  • Estate Advisor, NAFEP
Mr. Fine has also written articles for the Louisville Bar Association and KREIA