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August 2017 Archives

Who divorce mediation probably isn't for

Mediation may be an effective way for Kentucky couples to handle their divorce. However, for some, it may be easier to skip mediation and head straight to court. Skipping mediation may be best for individuals who aren't willing to negotiate in good faith and make concessions for the benefit of each other. The same is true for those who don't want to see things from the other person's point of view.

The different types of domestic abuse

At some point in their lives, many Kentucky residents experience some form of domestic violence when in relationships. The types can include physical domestic violence, sexual domestic violence, threatening domestic violence and emotional domestic violence. Each type of domestic violence has potentially devastating effects that could impact a person's ability to live a normal life after-the-fact.

Why a prenuptial agreement may be a good thing

While the thought of divorce before the couple has even walked down the aisle may seem confusing, a prenuptial agreement can be beneficial for both parties. Those who have built a business or who have other separate property may wish to protect it. However, Kentucky residents should be ready for friends or family members to question the need for such an arrangement.

Department of State steps in when children taken overseas

A parent of a child in Kentucky who was taken out of the country by the other parent needs to seek help from the U.S. Department of State. When a parent violates the custodial rights of the other parent by removing the child from the country, federal law has been broken. Statutes label the crime as international parental kidnapping, and a conviction could lead to a three-year prison sentence.

Traffic violations in addition to DWI

Driving while intoxicated may not be the only charge you are facing. Breaking traffic laws is likely what caused police to pull you over in the first place and discover your drunken state. Therefore, you probably have other traffic tickets to worry about. Do not dismiss them no matter how minor they may seem.