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Husband argued that Family Court failed to properly allocate the sale proceeds between him and Wife. The Court of Appeals held that Family Court did err in its allocation of the sale proceeds after satisfaction of KFB’s claims. The mortgage was a nonmarital debt since the mortgage was granted after the entry of the decree...
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A common question those considering divorce in Kentucky ask is regarding time frame. How long will it take me to get a divorce? Each case has a different timeline depending on the assets involved, number of legal issues, and a whole variety of other factors. It is unlikely your divorce will have a definite conclusion...
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Unlike property that was earned during the marriage, there is no presumption that debt incurred during the marriage is marital debt. Neidlinger v. Neidlinger, 52 S.W.3d 513, 523 (Ky. 2001). See also KRS 403.190. There is also no presumption that debts must be divided equally or in the same proportions as marital property but rather...
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An Emergency Protective Order (EPO) is a temporary order of protection from domestic violence and abuse. An EPO can be issued without a hearing or notice to the other party. A judge who receives a petition for an EPO must determine whether there is an “immediate and present danger” of domestic violence and abuse. Once...
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In Kentucky, debts accumulated during the marriage are treated differently than assets acquired during the marriage. Unlike assets, there is no statutory presumption that debts accumulated during the marriage are marital. To determine if a debt is marital or non-marital, courts look to the following factors: (1) who received the benefits for which the debt...
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Divorce in the Dictionary
No one gets married to get a divorce, but unfortunately not all marriages last and sometimes a divorce may be necessary.
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Iqtaifan v. Hagerty Jefferson Circuit Court Questions Presented: Family Law. Foreign Judgments. Writ of Mandamus. Opinion of the Court affirming the Court of Appeals’ denial of a writ of mandamus against family court judge for failure to dismiss a petition for dissolution of marriage on grounds that the parties were already divorced under the laws...
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It has long been the law of the Commonwealth of Kentucky that guardians of disabled adults can assist with many tasks, but filing a divorce case on the ward’s behalf has not been one of those tasks. (A ward is the incapacitated / disabled person who has a guardian). One can imagine the frustration that...
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The question of when to file a divorce is both a legal question and a practical question. Legally, if you want to file a divorce action in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, the Court must have jurisdiction to hear your case. At the most basic level, you must meet the KRS 430.140 residency requirement “that  one ...
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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. 1943) to the extent it strictly prohibited a guardian from initiating an action for dissolution of marriage...
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