Two Family Law Opinions From Ky Court of Appeals Today

Hallis v. Hallis, orders modifying child support and deviating from guidelines affirmed. Pro se litigant must demonstrate good faith effort to comply with CR 76.12, but brief in this case was not stricken.

Coleman v. Coleman, denial of motion to modify custody vacated and remanded where court refused to hear testimony of child.

Digests to follow.

Hallis v. Hallis, orders modifying child support and deviating from guidelines affirmed. Pro se litigant must demonstrate good faith effort to comply with CR 76.12, but brief in this case was not stricken.

Coleman v. Coleman, denial of motion to modify custody vacated and remanded where court refused to hear testimony of child.

Digests to follow.

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