Kentucky parents headed for divorce or separation are typically most concerned about the custody arrangements for their children. Depending upon the nature of the relationship between the parents, custodial agreements can take various forms. When parents get along...
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Month: November 2018
What to consider when ending a marriage
For those about to get divorced in Kentucky or anywhere else in the United States, it may be a good idea to finalize it by the end of 2018. This is because the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) calls for the tax treatment of alimony to change starting on the first day of...
Prenups aren’t only for the ultra-rich
People in Kentucky rarely want to think about the potential of divorce while they’re still engaged in wedding planning. Nevertheless, planning can help people to avoid bigger problems further down the road, even for people of modest means. When people think of...
Tips for avoiding financial mistakes during divorce
People who live in Kentucky and who are getting a divorce may make some common financial mistakes if they are not careful. For example, some people might be tempted to go on a spending spree during or just after a divorce. While this may be satisfying in the short...
What to do about visitation concerns
Noncustodial parents living in Kentucky or any other state are generally allowed to see their children. Courts grant visitation rights to noncustodial parents in an effort to nurture an important bond between the parent and child. However, custodial parents may worry...
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