If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse cannot reach an agreement on your own and have no prior arrangement, the court will have the final say in what happens to your property. During your marriage, you and your spouse likely accumulated money, personal items and...
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Do Kentucky courts consider children’s wishes in custody cases?
During divorce proceedings involving minor children, Kentucky courts assign two forms of custody, physical (also known as residential) custody and legal custody. The former deals with where the children live and for what intervals while the latter refers to the...
What can I do if my spouse wants a divorce but I do not?
Often, when a couple faces problems in their marriage, both individuals are on the same page about splitting up. Sometimes, though, the fact that one spouse wants a divorce comes as a surprise to the other spouse. If your spouse has asked for a divorce, but you would...
Should you take a breath analysis test?
You may believe that you have the right to refuse a breath analysis test, or any other form of DUI test especially if it feels invasive. But is that the case? In reality, due to something called implied consent, you actually do not have a right to refuse any of these...
What does Kentucky consider when awarding child custody?
Unless you and your child’s other parent are in agreement over who is going to care for your shared child and when you may need Kentucky’s family court system to develop a custody schedule on your family’s behalf. When making decisions about your child’s living...
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