From The Kentucky Supreme Court This Month: Dame v. Dame to be Reviewed

The Court accepted discretionary review in Woodson v. Woodson, in which the Court of Appeals upheld the trial court as it lacked authority to rule contrary to Dame v. Dame. The Court of Appeals' unpublished opinion is here. So, the question is whether fixed payments of maintenance over a fixed period of time remain non-modifiable.

There were no published family law opinions released by the Kentucky Supreme Court today.

The Court accepted discretionary review in Woodson v. Woodson, in which the Court of Appeals upheld the trial court as it lacked authority to rule contrary to Dame v. Dame. The Court of Appeals' unpublished opinion is here. So, the question is whether fixed payments of maintenance over a fixed period of time remain non-modifiable.

There were no published family law opinions released by the Kentucky Supreme Court today.

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