Ky Published Family Law Last Week

From the Ky Supreme Court:

Daugherty v. Telek, Emergency Protective Orders. Domestic Violence Orders. Time for Hearing. The issue iswhether statutory time frames involve general subject matter jurisdiction, which cannot be waived, or are jurisdictional aspects of the particular case, which can be waived by a party.

From the Ky Court of Appeals:

From the Ky Supreme Court:

Daugherty v. Telek, Emergency Protective Orders. Domestic Violence Orders. Time for Hearing. The issue iswhether statutory time frames involve general subject matter jurisdiction, which cannot be waived, or are jurisdictional aspects of the particular case, which can be waived by a party.

From the Ky Court of Appeals:

N.L. v. W.F., et al, Issues include child neglect, custody, and premature appeal premature appeal.

Digests to follow.

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