Published Family Law Opinion From Ky Court of Appeals September 23, 2011

S.B. v. M.C., Family Court had subject matter jurisdiction to determine paternity and custody of child born during marriage where married couple judicially admitted child was not born of the marriage.

S.B. v. M.C., Family Court had subject matter jurisdiction to determine paternity and custody of child born during marriage where married couple judicially admitted child was not born of the marriage.

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