One Published Family Law Opinion From Ky. Supreme Court Today

Smith v. Garber.  Family Court was within its jurisdiction to order genetic testing in a paternity case where putative father alleged and presented evidence that the child was born to a married woman whose marital relationship to her husband ceased more than 10 months before the child's birth. Digest to follow.


Smith v. Garber.  Family Court was within its jurisdiction to order genetic testing in a paternity case where putative father alleged and presented evidence that the child was born to a married woman whose marital relationship to her husband ceased more than 10 months before the child's birth. Digest to follow.

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