Bell v. Bell  Unreimbursed business expenses may not be deducted from the gross income of an employed parent in calculating child support. However if trial court finds the amount of unreimbursed expenses an extraordinary factor, it may deviate from the guideline award to reach an equitable result.

Bell v. Bell  Unreimbursed business expenses may not be deducted from the gross income of an employed parent in calculating child support. However if trial court finds the amount of unreimbursed expenses an extraordinary factor, it may deviate from the guideline award to reach an equitable result.

 

Cabinet for Health and Family Services v. K.H., Sr.   Family court made particularized finding of abuse by each parent which was supported by substantial evidence and properly considered each of the six statutory factors in determining that termination of parental rights was in the child’s best interest. Court of Appeals opinion was therefore reversed and the family court’s order terminating parental rights was affirmed.

 

Coffey, et al v. Wethington  A person acting as a parent has standing to bring a custody action. If the person acting as a parent has physical custody of the child at the time the action is commenced, standing exists and it need not have been for six consecutive months. The six month requirement applies only to persons who had physical custody in the past but who do not have physical custody at the commencement of the action.

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