Divorce Law Journal

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H.H., ET AL. v. HONORABLE LORI GOODWIN, JUDGE, JEFFERSON FAMILY COURT, ET AL. JEFFERSON, BRECKINRIDGE Cousins sought a writ directing Jefferson Family Court to enter an order granting them temporary custody of Child in the Jefferson County action,...
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YVONNE M. CENTA v. WILLIAM E. LINDSEY, NO. 14-CI-00123OLDHAM FAMILY COURTWife appealed from an order of the Oldham Family Court terminating Husband’s maintenance obligations because the parties’ decree – entered in 2016 – specified that maintenance would terminate...
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D.W. v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Commonwealth of Kentucky; N.W.W., a child; and T.A., natural mother, Case No. 2021-CA-1011-ME There are two issues addressed in the present appeal: (1) whether counsel e-filing the notice of appeal...
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Elmis Hamburger v. Michael S. Plemmons, Case No. 2021-CA-0337-MR The Daviess Family Court entered a divorce decree for the parties in 2020.  Following entry of the decree, both parties filed a motion to alter, amend, or vacate the divorce...
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Cabinet for Health and Family Services v. Honorable Kenneth Harold Goff II, Judge, Breckinridge Circuit Court, et al, Case No. 2022-CA-001059 Relatives filed custody and adoption actions related to their 3-year-old cousin, S.M.H., in Breckinridge Circuit Court. S.M.H....
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Kentucky Court of Appeals holds Relatives’ Writ of Prohibition is appropriate, stays Jefferson Family Court DNA action pending ruling by Breckinridge Circuit Court on Relative’s private custody and adoption petitions
January 31, 2023
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Kentucky Court of Appeals vacates order of Oldham Family Court terminating Husband’s maintenance obligations based on Wife’s cohabitation
December 18, 2022
Kentucky Court of Appeals reverses and remands Jefferson County Family Court’s termination of parental rights due to lack of cited evidence showing termination was clearly and convincingly in the child’s best interest
December 8, 2022