Divorce Law Journal

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It is not uncommon to worry that your partner might begin hiding assets, or even “innocuously” misplacing or moving assets, during the divorce process. You should always bring this concern up to your attorney.
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Lawson v. Woeste and Villarreal Questions Presented: Family Law. Writ of Prohibition. Uniform Child-Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act. A circuit court’s decision that it continues to have jurisdiction over a child custody matter under the UCCJEA is an...
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Andrews v. Andrews Fayette County Circuit Court The parties were divorced in 2015, and their settlement agreement was incorporated into the decree of dissolution. The settlement agreement provided that Husband would pay Wife $4,000 per month in maintenance....
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Once you have decided to pursue a divorce from your spouse, the question may arise whether it matters if you are the first to file the divorce. The short answer is no, but there are some advantages and...
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Divorce and Hidden Assets
August 10, 2020
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Hearsay in Custody Evaluation Report Admissible When KRS 403.400 Followed; Appointment of FOC Amounts to Finding that FOC Qualified to Render Expert Opinion Concerning Parental Fitness and Custody Arrangements – Published Opinion from Supreme Court of Ky.
July 29, 2020
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Affirming Denial of Writ of Prohibition and the UCCJEA – Published Opinion from Ky. Supreme Court
July 24, 2020