Two Ky Court of Appeals Published Opinions Released August 28, 2009

Young v. Holmes

No error nor constitutional violation where trial court determined the child’s best interests would be served by the child attending the father’s choice of parochial school when parents could not agree.

Young v. Holmes

No error nor constitutional violation where trial court determined the child’s best interests would be served by the child attending the father’s choice of parochial school when parents could not agree.

 

Wilder v. Wilder 

After decree entered one party received 2008 federal stimulus check based on parties’ 2007 income. After other party filed CR60 motion, court ordered it to be equally divided and was affirmed.

Digests to follow.

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