As a resident of Kentucky currently dealing with a driving while intoxicated or driving under the influence charge, you may have very real concerns about the considerable penalties you could face, should a judge or jury convict you. Ultimately, the penalties you...
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Month: December 2018
Divorce to be affected by tax law changes
When people in Kentucky consider the possibility of divorce, they may have a new wrinkle to think about in the new year: the changing tax treatment of alimony payments. Passed as part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the new tax rules will go into effect as of Jan....
Joint custody is often better for children
Kentucky parents who are getting divorced should keep in mind that joint custody, not sole custody, is generally considered the best option for children. One psychologist published a study that concluded that shared parenting should be the norm for all children,...
How a parent’s home could affect child custody
Parents who are separated or going through a divorce in Kentucky may have questions about how the court will determine custody. While determinations can vary depending on the state, judge and even the court itself, they tend to follow a predictable set of guidelines....
Study finds more U.S. veterans are binge drinking, drunk driving
Drunk driving accidents involving U.S. military veterans in Kentucky and elsewhere have increased over the last few years, according to a recent study. The study also found that veterans are binge drinking more than in the past. Researchers from the American Addiction...
What to know about getting a repeat DUI during the holidays
Kentucky is serious when it comes to drunk driving. State law includes increasingly consequential penalties for drivers who rack up more than one DUI. During this holiday season, it is important to understand the risks at hand if police stop you on...
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