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S.S. v. Cabinet for Health and Fam. Servs., Com. Ohio Family Court After giving birth to Child, Mother suffered many medical issues, which prevented her from providing the level of care she wanted to give Child, leaving the...
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M.C. v. Com., Cabinet for Health and Fam. Servs. Calloway Circuit Court Questions Presented: KRS 600.020(1). Abused or Neglected Child. Sufficiency of Evidence. Evidence of parent’s consumption of alcohol was not sufficient to support a finding that the...
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Elderserve, Inc. ex rel. Brooks v. Hagerty Jefferson Circuit Court Questions Presented: Writ of Mandamus. Guardianship. Dissolution of Marriage.  While affirming the denial of a writ of mandamus, the Court overrules Johnson v. Johnson, 170 S.W.2d 889 (Ky....
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Blackaby v. Barnes Shelby Circuit Court Questions Presented: Grandparent visitation. Adoption. Under circumstances involving a maternal grandmother’s adoption of a child which was being contested by the father at the time of his death, with no notice to...
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A.K.H. v. J.D.C. Jefferson Circuit Court In December of 2014, Biological Father intentionally drove his car into his and Mother’s residence while Mother and Child were inside the home, which resulted in criminal charges being filed against him....
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Evidence of Abuse of Non-Subject-Matter Children Properly Admitted; Cabinet Made Reasonable Efforts at Reunification – Published Opinion from Supreme Court of Ky.
April 12, 2021
ICPC Does Not Require a Home Study for a Noncustodial Parent Who Is Not the Subject of Allegations or Findings of Abuse or Neglect – Published Opinion from Supreme Court of Ky.
March 29, 2021
UCCJEA Does Not Apply to Adoption Proceedings; Granting of Adoption Petition Affirmed – Published Opinion from Ky. Court of Appeals
March 22, 2021