Discretionary Review Granted in Ky Timesharing Cases

The Kentucky Supreme Court accepted discretionary review this month of Anderson v. Johnson, (Ky COA opinion here), a denial of a motion to modify timesharing and of Keifer v. Keifer, (Ky COA opinion here), a modification of timesharing without best interests findings.

The Kentucky Supreme Court accepted discretionary review this month of Anderson v. Johnson, (Ky COA opinion here), a denial of a motion to modify timesharing and of Keifer v. Keifer, (Ky COA opinion here), a modification of timesharing without best interests findings.

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