New Ky S. Ct. Family Law Cases

Cameron v. Cameron, affirming trial court was not clearly erroneous when holding parties did not reconcile and abrogate agreement, and agreement not unconscionable.

Cameron v. Cameron, affirming trial court was not clearly erroneous when holding parties did not reconcile and abrogate agreement, and agreement not unconscionable.
One from August was overlooked last month on this blog, The Medical Vision Group, P.S.C., et al v. Hon. Timothy N. Philpot, et al. We try to quickly find the family law cases as soon as they are released, but this sure didn’t sound like one so it wasn’t discovered until a more careful review of the minutes was made. It involves appointment of a receiver and joinder of additional parties to enforce a divorce decree.
Digests to follow.

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