Published Family Law Opinion From Ky Court of Appeals Yesterday

Mitchell v. Mitchell, attorney fee award incidental to defense of motion to modify maintenance reversed where it was entered more than 10 days after court had denied maintenance modification motion and court lost jurisdiction. Digest to follow.

Mitchell v. Mitchell, attorney fee award incidental to defense of motion to modify maintenance reversed where it was entered more than 10 days after court had denied maintenance modification motion and court lost jurisdiction. Digest to follow.

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