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A reader asked me to post an article I published in The Advocate. Here's the beginning and the entire article is on a .pdf at the end.

Published in The Advocate, The Kentucky Justice Association, November/December, 2007, Volume 35, Number 6


The doctrine of constructive trust, transfers to family limited partnerships and estate planning trusts, and equitable estoppel are some of the themes running through the most interesting new and pending Kentucky domestic cases. Just as good family law practitioners stay current in other fields of law, divorce cases can be important to trial attorneys with no family law practice. The status of the law regarding relocation of children, which so far is unique to family law, will be addressed at the end of this article.
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As an update, Hinshaw v. Hinshaw (digested here) was rendered after this article was written.

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