No Ky S.Ct. To Be Published Family Law Opinions This Month; Review Granted In One

The Kentucky Supreme Court accepted discretionary review of one unpublished family law case, Noe v. Artrip. The issues are whether a thrift saving plan withdrawal is income for child support calculation and whether a non-custodial, non-disabled parent is entitled to a credit toward his/her child support based on the child's receipt of social security benefit paid on account of the other parent's disability.


The Kentucky Supreme Court accepted discretionary review of one unpublished family law case, Noe v. Artrip. The issues are whether a thrift saving plan withdrawal is income for child support calculation and whether a non-custodial, non-disabled parent is entitled to a credit toward his/her child support based on the child's receipt of social security benefit paid on account of the other parent's disability.

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