Monthly Archives: April 2013

Will The New Kentucky Divorce Law Affect Your Relocation Case?

It was only a couple years ago that Kentucky instituted statewide rules for family law cases. Since that time, they’ve reconsidered a few of those rules, including some that effect dads divorce. Kentucky Supreme Court members have, in particular, revisited the rules regarding relocation. Their revisions on the issue went into effect on January 1, 2013. Here’s a brief overview of those changes to Kentucky divorce laws and how they might affect your case. 20 Days To Object According to the terms of the new Kentucky divorce laws, if you and your ex have joint custody and she wants to Read more

Kentucky Divorce Overview

By Daren Neel Cordell & Cordell Kentucky Divorce Lawyer The following is intended to provide a brief overview of a typical divorce in Kentucky. It is not intended to provide any sort of legal advice and should not be construed to be such. If you are in need of legal advice on divorce, please contact a Kentucky divorce lawyer. Kentucky Divorce Petition The court action for a divorce begins with the filing of a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. This can be filed by either party, so long as one of them has resided within the state for at least Read more