Published Family Law Opinion from Ky Supreme Court Yesterday

Mitchell v. Mitchell

The issue is the jurisdiction of the circuit court to award attorney’s fees in relation to
defense of post-decree motions, to wit: defense of a motion to modify
maintenance, where the trial court admits it mistakenly failed to rule on the
defendant’s motion for fees in the final judgment addressing the plaintiff’s
motion for modification. Digest to follow.

Mitchell v. Mitchell

The issue is the jurisdiction of the circuit court to award attorney’s fees in relation to
defense of post-decree motions, to wit: defense of a motion to modify
maintenance, where the trial court admits it mistakenly failed to rule on the
defendant’s motion for fees in the final judgment addressing the plaintiff’s
motion for modification. Digest to follow.

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