To Be Published Family Law Opinion From Ky Court of Appeals Last Week

Pinkhasov v. Petocz, no valid civil marriage where parties were married in a Jewish ceremony but without a secular marriage license and error to hold a defacto marriage was established.

Digest to follow.

Pinkhasov v. Petocz, no valid civil marriage where parties were married in a Jewish ceremony but without a secular marriage license and error to hold a defacto marriage was established.

Digest to follow.

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