Updated COVID-19 Custody and Parenting Time Order

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On May 29, 2020, the Kentucky Supreme Court Entered an updated Order on custody and parenting time as it relates to COVID-19. As families travel throughout the summer, this Order may be particularly helpful in coming to an agreement on reasonable precautions. We are here to assist you if you have questions on COVID-19 and parenting time.

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