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Justin R. Key
Covid-19 Ball of Paper
The novel coronavirus has introduced some novel issues for family courts to address in 2020. Do parents have to exchange the children during this health emergency? With child care facilities largely closed, if one parent ends up caring for the child for more of the time during the day thereby incurring additional expenses feeding the...
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Financial disclosure forms are required to be filed in divorce and separation cases in Louisville and across the state of Kentucky pursuant to family court rules. It is common that your husband or wife may file the form incorrectly as many couples do not have the correct understanding of what items should be disclosed. Kentucky...
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Gavel and Scale
One of the common questions asked by a husband or wife going through a divorce is whether a court appearance is required if neither side is contesting the divorce. Family courts see dozens of parents and spouses fighting about custody, child support, how to divide property, and other issues on a weekly basis. The reason...
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A new law goes into effect on January 1, 2016 in Kentucky that will permit the filing of new protective orders, and it is becoming more clear about which courts will hear these cases. The new protective orders, called IPOs (for interpersonal protection order), will allow individuals who are in a dating relationship or believe they...
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Although family courts in many Kentucky counties are closed today due to snow, the eCourts project in the Commonwealth took a step forward today with the announcement of certain domestic and family law cases now being available for electronic filing. E-Filing is planned to be available in all Kentucky counties by the end of 2015,...
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Mediation is a common way for disputes to be resolved outside of family court.  Most cases are ordered to mediation for no less than two (2) hours for the parties to a divorce or custody case to make a good faith attempt to resolve their issues before using court time and resources. Mediation provides more...
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Dog in Moving Box
One of the most common family law issues we encounter, particularly because our practice involves representing custodians in multiple counties and states, involves relocating with minor children. Sometimes only short geographical distances are involved, such as a parent moving across town in metro Louisville, or from Louisville to Oldham County or southern Indiana. Other cases...
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