Family Law from Ky Supreme Court today: Failure to file two affidavits in support of motion to modify child custody inside two years from final decree does not divest the court of subject matter jurisdiction, overruling Petrey v. Cain. While motion may ha

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Failure to file two affidavits in support of motion to modify child custody inside two years from final decree does not divest the court of subject matter jurisdiction, overruling Petrey v. Cain. While motion may have lacked requisite number of affidavits, because party did not raise the issue before trial court she cannot raise deficiency on appeal.

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