Oldham County Child Custody

Oldham County Child Custody The first issue Oldham County Family Court must address in any divorce is child custody. The Oldham County Child Custody Judge must decide child custody in the best interest of the child or children. There are two types of child custody: ...

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How to File for Divorce in Shelbyville

How to File for Divorce in Shelbyville What happens if nothing worked to reconcile your relationship or you know you are ready to begin a legal proceeding?  How do you file your Divorce in Shelbyville? First, you must know some basic information.  Did you live in...

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Creating Divorce Parenting Schedules

Creating Divorce Parenting Schedules What is the best Parenting Schedule for your child during your Divorce or Child Custody Action? When you are together in one household, scheduling is tough enough.  When you move into separate households, scheduling shared...

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File Divorce in Oldham County

File Divorce in Oldham County What happens if nothing worked to reconcile your relationship or you know you are ready to begin a legal proceeding?  How do you file Divorce in Oldham County? First, you must know some basic information.  Did you live in Oldham County...

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Oldham County Complex Divorce Lawyer

Oldham County Complex Divorce Lawyer How is a Complex Divorce Case defined?  Simply, there is no clear answer.  Each divorce is different and, to each client, the most important.  When you divorce, you are asking Oldham County Family Court to makes decisions about...

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Child Support Lawyer

Child Support Lawyer Child support comes up in a number of different types of case. The responsibility to meet a court ordered level of child support may be raised in your Divorce (Dissolution of Marriage), Child Custody, Paternity, Dependency Abuse Neglect or...

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Separation Agreement

Separation Agreement When you are dissolving your marriage, they are many different ways that the legal relationship might end. More often than not, an Agreement is reached detailing the conclusion of your legal relationship. That document is then filed with Family...

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Post Divorce Louisville Family Court

Post Divorce Louisville Family Court When your divorce is over, are you required to go back to Louisville Family Court?  Many clients come to me after their divorce is over.  Louisville Family Court retains the authority to do a number of things even after your...

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Cross State Divorce

Cross State Divorce Increasingly, employers and careers require us to move from state to state.  People are far less likely to reside in one location for the entirety or majority of their adult lives.  Our mobile society places a burden on us to determine where our...

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Family Custody Lawyers

Family Custody Lawyers Two (2) things happen in Court that are truly terrifying: 1) you can lose your liberty on a criminal charge or 2) your can lose your children in a child custody case.  Louisville Family Court hears Child Custody cases in ten (10) Family...

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Joint Custody in Kentucky

Joint Custody in Kentucky What is Joint Custody?  The first issue Family Court must address in any divorce in Kentucky is child custody. The Judge must decide child custody in the best interest of the child or children.  More often than not, parties are awarded joint...

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Child Support Retroactive

Child Support Retroactive Once your Child Custody or Divorce case is filed in Louisville Family Court, most clients want to know when will they begin receiving or paying child support.  Even after child support is originally set, it may be modified by agreement or...

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