Attorney at Law

People often find themselves caught off guard when a legal problem arises. You need someone you can trust to communicate with you and protect your legal rights in any situation that may arise.


Sooner or later, everyone will need a lawyer.  Often, people are caught off guard when a legal problem arises.  Whether it is a family matter, criminal charge or planning for the future, it is important that you have an attorney you can trust to communicate with you and protect your legal rights in any situation that may arise.  By forming a solid relationship with you and your family, you can be assured that you will have a place to go when you need help.  My paralegal assistant and I are pleased to provide services across a wide spectrum of matters, while being sensitive to the economic and legal realities you face.  I will tailor my service to your individual goals, and together, we will take control of your situation to achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family.  I offer a free consultation for new clients.  We look forward to meeting you and having the opportunity to serve you and your family for years to come.

Meet Your Lawyer

Donald D. Waggener is a sole practitioner dedicated to providing one-on-one personalized representation to his clients. With extensive experience in litigation matters, Don has handled major cases in federal court in the Eastern District of Kentucky and in the circuit and district courts of Fayette and surrounding counties. His skill and 35 years of experience will ensure that you receive proper representation and maintain direct contact from the start of your case through its completion. Don is available 24 hours a day by phone for any legal emergency that may arise in your case.


A lifelong Kentuckian, Don was raised in Webster County. He graduated with distinction from the University of Kentucky in 1970 and went on to graduate from U.K. Law School in 1973. Today he is a U.K. Fellow and a distinguished graduate of the U.K. ROTC Military Program. Don also served in the United States Army.


Don and his wife, Pat, are very active in local organizations including the U.K. Arboretum and the Lexington Chamber Chorale. Don participates in the sanctuary choir and plays basketball, softball and volleyball at his church.