Published family law opinion from Ky Court of Appeals today – change of primary residence

A.G. v. T.B.

A custody determination is separate from parenting time. A modification of parenting time, even one that changes the child's primary residence, does not alter joint custody. Two affidavits are not required for a motion to change primary residence. Trial court did not abuse its discretion in prohibiting mother from relocating the children and granting father primary residence of the children.

A.G. v. T.B.

A custody determination is separate from parenting time. A modification of parenting time, even one that changes the child's primary residence, does not alter joint custody. Two affidavits are not required for a motion to change primary residence. Trial court did not abuse its discretion in prohibiting mother from relocating the children and granting father primary residence of the children.

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