2/15/08 To Be Published Family Law Cases (KY)

Two decisions rendered by the Kentucky Court of Appeals last Friday are of interest to family lawyers and digests will be posted soon:
Allison v. Allison, nonmarital/marital interest in business where corporation redeemed parents’ stock, increasing husband’s % interest in business. (Sounds familiar to two cases we’ve had last year or two, now settled. It would be a great case for discretionary review.)

Two decisions rendered by the Kentucky Court of Appeals last Friday are of interest to family lawyers and digests will be posted soon:
Allison v. Allison, nonmarital/marital interest in business where corporation redeemed parents’ stock, increasing husband’s % interest in business. (Sounds familiar to two cases we’ve had last year or two, now settled. It would be a great case for discretionary review.)

Estate of Charles Spencer v. Spencer is not a divorce case, but concerns a premarital agreement upon death and is interesting.

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