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A. H. V. W.R.L. AND M.L.  “Questions Presented: Family Law. Custody. Same-Sex Relationship. Step-Parent Adoption. Intervention of Right. Trial court properlyallowed the child’s biological mother’s ex-partner, who allegedly co-parented the child for seven years and has a pending custodypetition, to intervene in the step-parent adoption case that would have declared mother’s husband to be the...
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R.P., JR. V. T. A.C., ET AL. The Trial Court entered an Order terminating Biological Father’s parental rights and granting Stepfather’s Petition for adoption of the minor child. Father appealed arguing that the Trial Court did not make sufficient findings to terminate his parental rights. Termination must be supported by clear and convincing evidence. In...
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W.R.L., ET AL. V. A.H. A child born out of wedlock lived with A.H. as a family member for several years. A.H. participated in co-parenting the child , until A.H.’s relationship with the child’s mother ended. A.H. continued to have visitation with the child until the child’s mother got remarried and prevented A.H. from seeing...
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B.L.M. and B.A.M. v. A.M., L.M., L.S.M., et al No. 2011-CA-000333-ME Published: Opinion Reversing and Remanding County: Jefferson Appellants appeal from the Jefferson Circuit Court’s denial of a CR 60.02 motion to set aside an order in an adoption case requiring visitation between adopted children and their biological siblings.
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Lichtenstein v. Barbanel, payment of marital debt may not be off-set against child support under UIFSA. Trial Court also erred in failing to establish child support arrearage owed by one parent before determining net amount owed by other, where custody had been changed and amount mother owed to father had not been established before Income...
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CONN v. INGRAM ADOPTION RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS 2007-CA-002255 PUBLISHED: AFFIRMED PANEL: NICKELL PRESIDING; CAPERTON AND KELLER CONCUR COUNTY: MENIFEE DATE RENDERED: 4/24/2009 Dad appealed from TC order dismissing his petition to adopt his adult natural born Daughter because he failed to satisfy the residency requirement stated in KRS 199.470(1). Dad claimed that the statute’s residency requirement...
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Conn v. Ingram, affirmed order dismissing petition to adopt adult because petitioner failed to meet residency requirement of KRS 199.470(1). A digest will follow.
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