Two Family Law Published Ky COA Opinions Today

Day v. Day, trial court was  affirmed in dividing all workers comp paid in lump sum equally, even though it was, in part, designated for future income benefits and a waiver of future medical benefits.

Day v. Day, trial court was  affirmed in dividing all workers comp paid in lump sum equally, even though it was, in part, designated for future income benefits and a waiver of future medical benefits.

Leach v. Harrison, sole custody to maternal grandparents reversed. Since KRS403.420(4)(b) has been  repealed, there is no subject matter jurisdiction to determine custody rights of non-parent who has not been found to be a defacto custodian.

Digests to follow.

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