Divorce Law Journal

Over 15 years of Family Law Content
Mediation is a common way for disputes to be resolved outside of family court.  Most cases are ordered to mediation for no less than two (2) hours for the parties to a divorce or custody case to make...
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Nearly every week of the year (excluding holidays and other specified days), each of the ten (10) divisions of family court holds motion hour in Louisville, Kentucky. Each court conducts motion hour at the same time each week,...
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T.C. and J.C. v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Commonwealth of Kentucky; the Hardin County Attorney’s Office; W.P.; L.P.; and K.C., a Minor Child, No. 2021-CA-0441-ME;  T.C. and J.C. v. Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Commonwealth...
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T.G.-F. v. J.Y.; A.Y.; G.E.L.G., a Minor Child; and W.F., No. 2021-CA-1480-ME Estill Circuit Court Mother gave birth to child and little over a year later, aunt and uncle filed their adoption petition for the minor child without...
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Mediation is a form of alternate dispute resolution (ADR) commonly used in divorces and family law cases to help the parties decide how to resolve their issues outside of the courtroom. The mediator is a neutral individual who...
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