August 10, 2023
September 10, 2022
Cohabitation (living together without marriage) can have legal consequences. There is no “common law” marriage in Kentucky to protect you.
November 10, 2021
A newer Supreme Court of Kentucky ruling clarifies the rule regarding the timeframe for satisfying the care requirement to rule for Defacto Custodianship. Meinders v Middleton, […]
January 10, 2021
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 […]
March 30, 2020
It is currently recommended that people self-quarantine, this creates an issue for families with shared parenting time. The Supreme Court of Kentucky has issues an advisory order regarding visitation or shared parenting time in Kentucky during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The current order is in effect until April 24th or until modified by further orders.
March 20, 2015
Custody in Kentucky is used to mean a variety of things in Kentucky Courts, and can refer several different types of “custody.” If you have questions about what type of custody you have or need to file for a change in custody contact a custody attorney at Hurst & Hurst Law at (859) 209-2101.