If you anticipate a divorce the first thing you should do is consult with an attorney experienced in the county where you will be filing for divorce. They will be able to advise you as to any local rules or the local Judges’ tendencies, which outside attorneys may not be familiar with. What you will.
DIVIDING PROPERTY IN DIVORCE – SPECIFICALLY REAL ESTATE
The first step in dividing marital property and real estate is to return the non-marital property to the respective spouse. Non-marital property generally falls into three categories: 1) property acquired before the date of marriage, 2) property acquired by gift, and 3) property acquired by inheritance. Once the non-marital property has been restored to the.
What To Expect During Your Kentucky Divorce
A Kentucky divorce with children involves 7 major steps. If your case is complex or goes to trial there may also be Discovery. If you need to do additional Discovery this really is its own step and should be started as soon as possible. Many of the steps can be completed simultaneously (i.e. you can.
DIVORCE LAW – KY Supreme Court Articulates Standards For Modifying Child’s Primary Residence
The Kentucky Supreme Court, in the recent case of Pennington v. Marcum, clearly defined custody and visitation and reaffirmed the requirements for modifying both custody and visitation, during and after a divorce decree. Custody is traditionally described as the care, control and maintenance of the children. Kentucky only recognizes two categories of custody; joint custody.