Monthly Archives: January 2014

Kentucky Grandparents Rights and Visitation Guidelines

Kentucky Grandparents Rights and Visitation Guidelines Kentucky recognizes custody and visitation rights of grandparents.  However, such rights are not guaranteed. A Court may grant reasonable visitation rights to a grandparent if the grandparent can prove by clear and convincing evidence

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Kentucky Child Support Guidelines

Kentucky Child Support Guidelines Parental Status The Kentucky child support program refers to a parent who does not have physical custody of a child or children as a non-custodial parent (NCP). A non-custodial parent is usually required to provide financial

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Tenneessee Grandparents Rights and Laws

Tenneessee Grandparents Rights Tennessee is a state in which individual rights — and parental rights — are well-protected. Tennessee’s statutes regarding grandparent visitation are lengthy and complex. Determining whether visitation should be granted is a multi-step process. The term grandparent

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Tennessee Child Custody Guidelines

Tennessee Child Custody Guidelines Child Custody Parenting a child with both the mother and father living together under the same roof can be complicated enough, but when the parents live separately it involves several additional issues and decisions.  A determination must be

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Alabama Child Support Guidelines

Alabama Child Support Guidelines Child Support Guidelines In Alabama, child support is based on the combined net income of the parents and how many children the parents are responsible for supporting.  In making a determination of child support, the Court

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Tennessee Child Support Guidelines

Tennessee Child Support Guidelines Child Support Administration All children have a legal right to be supported by both parents. When parents who do not live with their children fail to provide the financial support they should, the children suffer. In

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Alabama Child Custody and Visitation Guidelines

Alabama Child Custody and Visitation Guidelines Alabama family courts primarily prefer to allow both co-parents to share the rights and responsibilities of raising their child. This is especially true in cases where younger children are involved. It is common practice

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