Two Published Family Law Opinions From Ky Court of Appeals Today

Carpenter-Moore v. Carpenter, denial of motion to relocate children affirmed. Pennington applies as it clarifies procedures rather than substantive rights and was the law when the decision of the trial court was rendered.

Guffey v. Guffey,  reversed as there is no presumption debt is marital nor divided equally, affirmed as to denial of motion to continue trial.

Digests to follow.

Carpenter-Moore v. Carpenter, denial of motion to relocate children affirmed. Pennington applies as it clarifies procedures rather than substantive rights and was the law when the decision of the trial court was rendered.

Guffey v. Guffey,  reversed as there is no presumption debt is marital nor divided equally, affirmed as to denial of motion to continue trial.

Digests to follow.

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