I am sorry to learn of this situation.
You have what is termed a "holdover lease" (also called a "tenancy at sufferance" - the terminology is used to describe a month to month lease following a fixed term lease). This means that your lease is governed as a "month to month" lease agreement.
Unfortunately, in KY, the landlord is only required to provide you with 30 days notice of a rent increase. So the notice of rental increase is short by 4 days, but sending your landlord a notice that the notice is insufficient will only slightly delay (but not completely end) this issue.
Similarly, a "termination of lease" can be issued with 30 days notice (not 10 days - even if you have materially violated the lease multiple times you are entitled to 14 days notice prior to an unlawful detainer/eviction process). Your landlord is issuing improperly short notices for this. Please also note, this is a "termination of lease" as opposed to an "eviction" - lease termination simply means that the landlord no longer wishes to lease to a tenant, while an eviction happens when the tenant violates the lease agreement and the landlord must go to court and get a court order removing them from the property - I understand that as a tenant the difference may seem minimal (either one results in losing your home), but from a legal perspective, and as it affects your search for a new rental, this is a significant distinction)
Here is a very helpful handbook on Kentucky landlord tenant law: http://laslou.org/lasfiles/Tenants%20Rights%20Manual%2010-26-10.pdf
I do recommend that you continue seeking out a local attorney. If possible, contact your local bar association, many communities have legal aid offering low cost legal assistance for tenants as another option.
You can find local attorneys using the State and local Bar Association directories, or private directories such as www.AVVO.com; www.FindLaw.com; or www.Martindale.com (I personally find www.AVVO.com to be the most user friendly).