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April 27, 2006
ED v. Commonwealth of Kentucky and Cabinet for Health and Family Services, 152 SW3d 261 (Ky.App., 2004) District Court order permitting grandparent to visit during parents’ visitation time was insufficient to entitle grandmother to visitation after parental rights of parents were terminated. Statute governing grandparent visitation requires a visitation order issued by Circuit Court prior...
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The Family Law Professor’s Blog reported on this case today following yet another N.Y. Times article. Detective Anthony Pellicano was indicted in February following a long investigation which is including more than one divorce lawyer in its net. One of the allegations is that the lawyer received wiretapping information from the detective. Moral of the...
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We found this helpful site, Reporters’ Committee for Freedom of the Press, thanks to John Stout on the ABA Family Law Section listserve. We tell our clients in KY that phone conversations cannot be taped if the client is not a party to the conversation. The tricky part is conversations between persons in different states....
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Chief Judge Stephen George gave an excellent presentation on relocation at the AAML/LBA seminar last week,” Fenwick, Dead or Alive?” We have made an editorial decision, though, not to report on judges’ comments on this blog. The ABA Family Law Advocate features relocation as the subject of its most recent edition and contains a good...
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