Three Published Family Law Opinions from Ky Court of Appeals Today

Triplett
v. Triplett
, coverture fraction of pension upheld where appellant failed to
preserve subtraction or bright line arguments in trial court.

Triplett
v. Triplett
, coverture fraction of pension upheld where appellant failed to
preserve subtraction or bright line arguments in trial court.

Ipock
v. Ipock
, et al, CR60 may be used to disestablish paternity with the results of
a completed DNA test in which case the results of the test shall be the
predominant factor in the trial court’s decision. Order allowing CHFS and GAL to
intervene in divorce action affirmed.

Seay
v. Seay
, Emancipation of one child  triggers review of child support
without regard as to whether the new amount is 15% greater or lower.

Digests to follow. Eventually. Running behind.

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