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Child custody, living arrangements difficult decisions to make

April 24, 2018 in Child Custody

Many Kentucky parents may feel that their custody terms are the most important part of the divorce process. Once a child custody agreement has been reached, they may feel at if a major hurdle has been jumped. However, another issue that will likely need addressing relates to the living arrangements of both the parents and […]

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Living together but unmarried? Here’s how to protect your assets

April 23, 2018 in Blog

It is common for couples to live together outside of marriage. Although this is a normal circumstance, what happens if you split up? Chances are your finances and assets are intermingled, and you may have concerns about safeguarding your finances and assets if you break up. Because you are not in a marital relationship, you […]

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Amicable attitudes may help with property division proceedings

April 19, 2018 in Property Division

Divorce can present emotional turmoil, feelings of shock and the potential for conflict. Of course, the more conflict a case has, the longer and more difficult it may be to come to terms. For Kentucky residents who want to move through the proceedings more quickly, they may want to consider the best way to address […]

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Child custody research suggests co-parenting remains beneficial

April 12, 2018 in Child Custody

Kids are often the highlight of many Kentucky residents’ lives. Along with the joy and love that having children can bring, parents typically also worry about their children’s well-being and whether the choices the parents make will have negative impacts. This latter concern may make itself particularly prominent when individuals go through divorce and must come […]

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Debt may be concern during property division process in Kentucky

April 3, 2018 in Property Division

When many people think about the areas of divorce that concern them most, they may immediately think of their assets. Property division is a significant part of the divorce process, and many Kentucky residents facing these proceedings often hope that they will not lose everything. Of course, when it comes to debt, most people would […]

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Financial protection may be concern during high asset divorce

March 28, 2018 in High Asset Divorce

Being financially secure or even wealthy is a goal in life most people hope to reach. Many Kentucky residents may have reached and went beyond this goal until they accrued a considerable amount of assets. Though they may have married in hopes of sharing their wealth and happiness, their hopes may now focus on protecting as much […]

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Child custody: Parents may mourn pre-divorce arrangements

March 23, 2018 in Child Custody

Divorce can take a serious toll on a person. Though ending the marriage may have been for the best, it can still cause individuals to feel as if they have encountered a serious loss. In particular, Kentucky parents may find themselves yearning for the days before child custody arrangements and the times when they could […]

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4 tips for writing a cohabitation agreement

March 21, 2018 in Blog

More couples are living together before marriage. According to recent research, 70 percent of women between ages 30 and 34 cohabit with male partners. If you live and share property with your partner, you may want to legally protect your interests. The best way to protect your assets if the two of you break up […]

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Fathers often still feel the need to fight for child custody

March 17, 2018 in Child Custody

Being a loving parent can come with many challenges. When Kentucky couples are no longer married, dealing with child custody issues can be one of the biggest challenges that a parent may need to handle. In particular, some fathers may feel that they need to fight harder in order to get the time with their […]

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