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Are there expenses that my child support won’t cover?

October 31, 2016 in Child Support

If you are the parent of a child, and you have separated from the other parent, the law gives you the right to seek financial support for that child. In Kentucky, there are legal expectations that you and the other parent must meet for your child’s sake; child support is one way to fulfill that […]

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Older Kentucky residents may be interested in alimony information

October 28, 2016 in Alimony

Many individuals face considerable changes after going through divorce. The effects can range from the emotional to the financial, and anyone, including Kentucky residents, may wonder how they will move forward as a single individual. Because older women can be particularly affected by the effects of divorce, they may wish to determine what their future […]

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Inheritances may affect property division in Kentucky

October 20, 2016 in Property Division

When contemplating divorce, individuals may have many concerns they wish to address before filing. Some individuals may be particularly interested in how they will be affected by property division. Because Kentucky is an equitable distribution state, assets will go through division in a fair — but not necessarily equal — manner. One woman in another […]

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Legal options may help Kentucky residents with child custody

October 11, 2016 in Child Custody

Divorce is known to have serious impacts on those involved, and even those close to a divorcing couple may feel the repercussions. Children are particularly susceptible to being immensely impacted by divorce, and though parents may want to do the best they can when it comes to child custody, it is not uncommon for problems and […]

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Alimony may have various impacts for Kentucky residents

October 6, 2016 in Alimony

Going through divorce can have many financial repercussions. Child support and alimony are among the most prominent areas in which individuals may face negotiations when it comes to creating agreements. There may be many reasons behind an individual’s desire for a certain outcome, but it is important to remember how support payments may affect the […]

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Angelina Jolie wants full child custody of Jolie-Pitt kids

September 29, 2016 in Child Custody

When individuals decide to end their marriages, those with children often feel considerable concern about how the kids may be affected. Child custody proceedings are often a strenuous process for everyone involved, and determining the best needs of the children may not always be easy. Parents who have strong feelings about what may be best […]

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Uncoupling: The face of a new family

September 28, 2016 in Collaborative Divorce, Divorce

When we get married, we have many hopes and expectations. Some we are aware of, like always having a friend or looking forward to raising children. Some are not so obvious, like a desire for security and life-long romance. When we get to the point in our marriages where it is no longer working, it […]

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Helping you protect yourself and your kids in divorce

September 23, 2016 in Child Custody

As our Fort Mitchell readers know, even the best of marriages can be difficult at times. And when a marriage unravels, divorce can bring to the fore a lot of pent-up anger, sadness, frustration and resentment. While it can be productive for an adult to work through those feelings, it can be harmful to children […]

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What you should know about gray divorce

September 1, 2016 in Property Division

There is no question that the baby boomer generation has had a great impact on the United States. Though phasing out of leadership roles in the workplace, the group continues to trail blaze in other areas of life. Currently, they are demonstrating the importance of living happily while nearing, or in, retirement. For some seeking […]

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