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Avoiding Mistakes That May Sabotage Your Child Custody Case

November 20, 2019 in Child Custody

Child custody disputes are very personal, and often emotional and taxing, both for parents (or guardians) and children. Through this difficult time, it is extremely important for parents to realize that their actions can not only negatively impact their child’s well-being and their ongoing relationship with the child, but can also result in a loss […]

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Struggling parents may need child support modifications

December 24, 2018 in Child Support

Parents have many obligations to their children. After a divorce, some Kentucky parents may have the obligation of providing child support to the other parent to help meet the needs of the kids. In some cases, the support terms that were initially ordered do not always fit future circumstances, and some parents may find themselves […]

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Pick the right outfit for child custody court appearances

December 18, 2018 in Child Custody

Without having had prior experience with court appearances, many Kentucky parents may not know how to handle hearings. However, if they are going through a divorce and need to address child custody matters in court, it is important that they understand court etiquette. Their behavior and the way they look could influence their cases. When it […]

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A dislike of friends could lead to high asset divorce

December 13, 2018 in High Asset Divorce

Having friends is an important part of life. Many Kentucky residents rely on their friends for emotional support and to have people to gather for activities. Though friends often enrich the lives of one another, trouble could brew if a husband does not like the wife’s friends. In fact, this dislike could be a precursor […]

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Exercising parental rights important in child custody proceedings

December 3, 2018 in Child Custody

Ending a marriage is no easy feat. When Kentucky residents are going through this process and also have children, they undoubtedly worry how the divorce will impact the kids. In particular, child custody proceedings can present many concerns, and parents may want to do their best to address their cases. It is not uncommon for […]

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High asset divorce can be complicated but manageable

November 28, 2018 in High Asset Divorce

Having accumulated a considerable amount of wealth or number of assets during a lifetime is often seen as an accomplishment. Of course, it can also make certain situations more complicated. In particular, high asset divorce often presents more challenges, especially during property division, than cases with fewer assets. If Kentucky residents are going through this […]

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Prenups may protect wealthy individuals during property division

November 12, 2018 in Property Division

Wealth can come at almost any age. Depending on a number of factors, many Kentucky residents in the millennial generation may already be well on their way to having a substantial amount of assets. As a result, they may worry that in the event of a divorce, their assets could be at risk during property division […]

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Alimony tax law changes only a few months away

November 7, 2018 in Alimony

Though changes to tax laws regarding spousal support were announced months ago, many Kentucky residents may be seriously worrying about how it will affect them. The changes to alimony tax obligations will take effect in 2019, which is only a few short months away. While some parties who have already started the divorce process may […]

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Child custody info, talking with kids may make divorce easier

October 31, 2018 in Child Custody

While divorce can mean major life changes, it does not have to be the end of the world. However, for young children, their parents’ divorce may seem like their lives have been turned upside down, and in many ways they have been. Fortunately,  Kentucky parents can do their part to make child custody proceedings and […]

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