Cordell & Cordell Louisville divorce lawyer Jason Bowman explains the importance of having representation in your divorce or family law case.
By Jill Massey Cordell & Cordell Kentucky Divorce Lawyer Maintenance in Kentucky refers to court-ordered financial support provided by one former spouse to the other former spouse after the couple has divorced or legally separated. Traditionally, Kentucky maintenance was paid by the husband to the wife, but now courts recognize that a former husband may be entitled to maintenance from a former wife. Three Types of Kentucky Maintenance There are different types of Kentucky maintenance that are reflective of the different reasons a court may order maintenance to be paid. 1. Permanent maintenance, or open-ended maintenance, results from a longer Read more
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