Published Family Law from Ky Supreme Court Today

Anderson v. Johnson, post decree motions concerning visitation and time sharing require specific findings of fact, separate conclusions of law and a judgment.

Shafizadeh v. Bowles (link currently unavailable on minutes) , 2010 SC 000747-MR, overruling Brockman v. Craig, 205 SW2d 244 (Ky.App. 2006). Joint custodial parent moving for primary residence is seeking only modification of timesharing, not custody.

Digests and link to Shafizadeh to follow.

 

Anderson v. Johnson, post decree motions concerning visitation and time sharing require specific findings of fact, separate conclusions of law and a judgment.

Shafizadeh v. Bowles (link currently unavailable on minutes) , 2010 SC 000747-MR, overruling Brockman v. Craig, 205 SW2d 244 (Ky.App. 2006). Joint custodial parent moving for primary residence is seeking only modification of timesharing, not custody.

Digests and link to Shafizadeh to follow.

 

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