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October 2012 Archives


Grandparent visitation rights have long been given a special preference in Kentucky family law.  Frequently, most often for very good reason, parents will deny grandparents access to grandchildren for lengthy periods, sometimes for years.  When this occurs, emotional trauma obviously occurs in all of the affected households; it is typically a decision that parents do not undertake lightly. 

Property Division in a Kentucky Divorce

In most property division disputes in divorces, people tend to focus on the major items. Home equity (after mortgage reduction), investment accounts, retirement accounts, interests in closely held businesses and valuable collections seldom escape notice.

Making Good Decisions in Kentucky Divorces

Sadly, we occasionally see people in divorce or family law litigation who make bad decisions at each step of the process. These bad decisions tend to be born in a cauldron of vindictiveness, pride or stubbornness, and always lead to negative results. Under Kentucky law, it is very difficult to obtain a mulligan (or "redo", for all non-golfers), so it is very important to attempt good decisionmaking from the start.

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