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July 10, 2020
Child Support and Equal Time Sharing

Frequently Asked Questions: Child Support and 50/50 Timesharing

With the passing of the modification to custody and timesharing in 2018, the landscape for child support has changed dramatically in Kentucky. Kentucky made it that […]
June 10, 2020
Choosing a lawyer

Considerations When Choosing a Lawyer

Factors To Consider When Choosing A Lawyer Choosing a lawyer is hard. It is difficult to sift through all the information thrown at you by billboards, […]
May 10, 2020
Child support and equal time sharing in Kentucky

Child Support and Equal Timesharing

In 2018, Kentucky passed a modification of KRS 403.270, making joint custody and equal timesharing the default. The new law created a rebuttable presumption of permanent […]
March 10, 2020
Shared Parenting Law in Kentucky

Kentucky Shared Parenting Law

July 10, 2019
Divorce in Kentucky

Top 10 Questions About Divorce in Kentucky

Divorce is stressful. If you have decided to file for divorce or if you have been served with divorce papers, you are going to have questions. […]
October 5, 2017
Divorce Attorney

Child Tax Exemptions In KY

In Kentucky, once a couple has divorced, who can claim the child for tax purposes is determined by IRS standards. However, if a parent can prove that awarding them the exemption contrary to IRS standards will actually benefit the child, the trial court can award it to the non-eligible parent.
April 6, 2017
Estate Planning Lawyer

Preparing To Die Young

It is more important for everyone, especially younger adults, to be prepared for when the unexpected happens and have a valid will
March 15, 2017
House Bill 427 Kentucky

House Bill 427

Current Kentucky law requires a married couple to be separated for 60 days before they can file for divorce. The proposed law, House Bill 427, would require couples to be separated for 180 days. In addition, every couple with children would have to have a hearing to prove the marriage is irretrievably broken. If a judge thinks they can work it out, the couple could be ordered to counseling.
May 26, 2015
Legal represenation in KY

What To Do With Social Media If Involved In A Case

It is difficult to know all the ways that social media can negatively affect your case, whether it is for an injury you suffered or to determine custody and visitation of your child. With that in mind it is best to always use judgment on what you post online and stop using social media until your lawsuit has concluded in KY.