One Published Family Law Opinion From Ky Supreme Court Today

C.C. v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services, et al. Kentucky Rules of Civil Procedure apply to all phases of dependency , neglect and abuse actions , including temporary removal hearing portions, so long as not in  conflict with the Juvenile Code. At least reasonable access to discovery must be permitted.  Statutory procedural requirements prevail over inconsistent civil rules procedures.

Digest to follow.

C.C. v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services, et al. Kentucky Rules of Civil Procedure apply to all phases of dependency , neglect and abuse actions , including temporary removal hearing portions, so long as not in  conflict with the Juvenile Code. At least reasonable access to discovery must be permitted.  Statutory procedural requirements prevail over inconsistent civil rules procedures.

Digest to follow.

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