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Basic Tips To Help You Go To Family Court

    Family Court Guidelines   As a lot of parents who have gone through family law issues can tell you, the more you know the better. Family law is essentially fact driven and a judge wants to hear and

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What To Look Out For In A Divorce Situation

The Reality Of Divorce Laws               Prenuptial agreements are something that a lot of people don’t think about or don’t want to bring up in the beginning of their marriage, for obvious reasons. Nobody wants to start a relationship

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Interstate Issues With Child Custody And Divorce

Complications With Divorce And Custody             Some of the most common questions we hear comes from parents that want to take their children out of state and don’t know how to go about doing that and what the legal ramifications

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Kentucky Child Custody And Visitation Guidelines

Kentucky Child Custody And Visitation Guidelines Kentucky defines custody in many different ways.  Custody can be “physical” or “legal.” Physical custody simply refers to the parent who has physical care and control of the child on a day-to-day basis, which

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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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