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Child Custody and Visitation
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Gonzalez v. Dooley Warren Circuit Court Before Wife petitioned for divorce, Husband and Child relocated to Kansas City, Kansas, where Husband’s parents lived. Wife contended that Husband did not consult her about the relocation but rather that Husband had sent her a text message that he was going to look for employment and would return...
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Carver v. Carver Boyd Circuit Court After a hearing on Father’s motion to modify custody from joint custody to sole custody, the Domestic Relations Commissioner (“DRC”) recommended that the parents continue to have joint custody; that Father be designated as the primary residential parent; and that Father make all decisions concerning Child’s medical and educational...
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In 2012, the Supreme Court of the United States limited third-party (often grandparent) visitation rights in Troxel v. Granville: A majority of the Court agreed that under the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, parents have a fundamental liberty interest in the care, custody, and control of their children. And a majority concurred that...
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The first holiday season after a divorce or separation, and those thereafter, can often be a time of conflict, stress, and confusion. Many parents and children feel distressed that the family traditions that they practiced for years now feel unfamiliar. Despite this, it is possible for co-parents and their children to have a happy holiday...
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How do I make sure my children are staying “Healthy at Home” when they have two households? Due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Governor Andy Beshear has declared a state of emergency in the state of Kentucky and issued Executive Orders that require Kentuckians to stay “healthy at home” and restrict out-of-state...
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B.S.S. v. K.S.   Child was born to Mother and Father while Mother and Father were married. Later, Mother and Father separated, and Mother petitioned for dissolution of marriage and moved for temporary sole custody of Child. In her motion, she alleged that Father was under investigation by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services...
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The Kentucky Supreme Court has issued an order regarding parenting time and Covid-19. Administrative Order 2020-14 provides guidance to parties with custody and parenting time orders.
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Layman v. Bohanon   Mother and Father divorced, entering into a settlement agreement providing for joint custody and equally shared parenting time. Later, the parties orally agreed to modify their parenting time arrangement due to a change in Father’s work schedule. Two years after the oral agreement to modify the parenting time arrangement, Father moved...
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Warawa v. Warawa As part of an Agreed Order, Mother and Father agreed they would use a parenting coordinator with a “limited role.” “Issues of custody and parenting time, other than minor issues such as vacation dates, special occasions, etc. [were to] be addressed by the Court . . . .” Later, Mother filed a...
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