For many Kentucky couples who have children together, but are no longer involved in a relationship, child support can be a big issue. When the parents never lived together, and one is significantly wealthier than the other, this could be particularly true. Last month the Kentucky Supreme Court took up a case that seeks to address how best to determine the "reasonable needs" of children in this situation, when it comes to child support.
It used to be that a DUI stayed on your record for five years in Kentucky. This month, however, the Kentucky Legislature doubled that to 10.
For this inaugural post on Felony Expungement, let's start with the two basic questions:
Kevin Moser Law PLLC is happy and excited to announce that today, April 12, 2016, Governor Matt Bevin signed HB40 into law, finally bringing felony expungement in legal effect throughout Kentucky. Governor Bevin expressed support for felony expungement at the beginning of this legislative session, and the bill passed with wide bipartisan support among the ACLU, the Chamber of Commerce, and many faith groups.
There are of course many things that could lead to a couple in the United States divorcing. Statistically, there are certain factors that could make that risk higher. These include: