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An April 10, 2006 National Law Journal article on paternity fraud has been reprinted at www.law.com. This is the flip side of the dual paternity issue where non-biological fathers have been required to pay child support. It is...
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Utah has decided an important dual paternity case, link below. The law in Kentucky is unsettled where a husband/non-biological father wants to continue a relationship with and support of a child born during the marriage. Although a case...
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Michael Stevens’  KentuckyLawBlog, KyCases, and LouisvilleLawWire have been of enormous help to the bar, providing a much needed  (and free!) service of publicizing appellate opinions. We all owe him a big thanks. This blog will not duplicate his...
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After overwhelming passage in the house and senate, Gov. Fletcher vetoed today HB 204 which would  have provided that child support of a child found by the court to be disabled does not terminate at age 19 until...
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HB 155 was passed and signed by Gov. Fletcher March 18, 2006. It requires employers of more than 20 persons to notify the Cabinet for Families and Children 45 days before a lump sum payment of $150 or...
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Family Court did not violate due process rights, nor abuse its discretion in granting interpersonal protective order – Published Opinion from Ky. Court of Appeals
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