Lucas Humble focuses his legal practice on business law at Bell, Orr, Ayers & Moore, P.S.C., the oldest general practice, full service law firm in Bowling Green. Returning to Bowling Green after graduating law school was an easy decision for Lucas. He recognized Bowling Green as a
thriving city and a great place to raise a family, and that has proven to be the case for Lucas, his wife Chelsea and their three sons. Lucas enjoys the contribution he and his law firm provide to community growth through representation of a wide variety of businesses and other clients.
Lucas has assisted businesses of various sizes at every stage, including helping organize new businesses, drafting and reviewing contracts, leases and employment agreements and representing both buyers and sellers in acquisition transactions. He appreciates the variety that his profession provides every day. One of the firm’s founding partners told him when he first passed the bar that an attorney’s measure of success is how they apply themselves each day and put their learning into practice. As he applies this mindset each day he practices law, clients appreciate Lucas’ attention to detail, his responsiveness in communicating and his willingness to tackle challenging and complex legal issues.
A nature enthusiast and frequent hiker, Lucas was excited when an opportunity arose for him to join the Board of Directors for The Friends of Lost River, Inc., the nonprofit operating entity for Lost River Cave, where he now serves as vice president of the Board. As with each of the attorneys at Bell, Orr, Ayers & Moore, P.S.C., Lucas believes that it is critical that professionals contribute their time and resources to worthwhile causes to better their city and community.
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