One Published Ky COA Family Law Opinion Released Today

Gertler v. Gertler. This is an interesting divorce opinion concerning a couple living an Amish lifestyle, where classification as marital of gifts from husband’s parents for houses was affirmed despite testimony from his father that they were intended to be solely gifts to husband. Sole custody to wife was also affirmed. Digest to follow.

Gertler v. Gertler. This is an interesting divorce opinion concerning a couple living an Amish lifestyle, where classification as marital of gifts from husband’s parents for houses was affirmed despite testimony from his father that they were intended to be solely gifts to husband. Sole custody to wife was also affirmed. Digest to follow.

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