New Ky Published Family Law Opinions

Today the Ky Court of Appeals decided Wooldridge v. Zimmerer where an extension of DVO for 3 years was reversed and remanded.

Yesterday the Ky Supreme Court released Artrip v. Noe, holding that the parent who is not disabled gets no credit agaisnt his/her child support obligation on account of social security benefits the child receives as a result of the other parent's disability.

Digests to follow.

Today the Ky Court of Appeals decided Wooldridge v. Zimmerer where an extension of DVO for 3 years was reversed and remanded.

Yesterday the Ky Supreme Court released Artrip v. Noe, holding that the parent who is not disabled gets no credit agaisnt his/her child support obligation on account of social security benefits the child receives as a result of the other parent's disability.

Digests to follow.

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