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September 10, 2021
Emergency Custody Orders

Emergency Custody Orders

Emergency custody orders (ECOs) are used when a child is in immediate danger and needs protection. An ECO can be used to remove a child from […]
August 10, 2021
CBD Oil Use in Kentucky Legal

CBD Oil Uses

CBD Oil CBD oil can be found everywhere: in supermarkets, in beauty products, and as supplements for people and animals. It is marketed a cure all […]
July 10, 2021
Changes in Child Support Law in Kentucky

Changes To Child Support Law – 2021

Recent changes to child support obligation statues begin taking effect this month. Some of the most recent changes will not go into effect until March of […]
June 10, 2021
COVID Shutdowns Lifting in Kentucky Courts

Courts After COVID Shutdowns

New Kentucky Supreme Court Guidelines COVID shutdowns are opening up around Kentucky. With the newest Orders from the Kentucky Supreme Court regarding court proceedings issued on […]
May 10, 2021
Hemp in Kentucky

Hemp In Kentucky

Hemp production has become a saving grace for American and Kentucky farmers through production of multiple verticals: medical, textile, agricultural advancements and more. Hemp is a […]
April 10, 2021
Family Law Statutes in Kentucky

Family Law Statute Changes Upcoming in 2021

The 2021 Kentucky Legislative Session resulted in several changes to family law statutes, and heavily addresses child support. The main acts passed were House Bill (HB) […]
March 10, 2021
Recovering from flood damage in Kentucky

2021 Kentucky Flood Damage and Insurance Information

February 10, 2021
Winter Weather Car Wreck

Winter Is Coming. Wait… Winter Is Here!

  Winter has come on the scene . . . hard This means lots of snow and ice for Kentuckians. There is much to enjoy about […]
January 10, 2021
What is a defacto custodian

What Is a Defacto Custodian?

A defacto custodian is a person who shows by clear and convincing evidence they have been the primary caregiver and financial support for a child for […]