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Does your marriage qualify for an annulment?

While divorce rates in the United States hover around 50 percent, Kentucky falls in the top 10 list of states with the most divorces in the country. In 2015, the last year on record, 50.1 percent of the population was married while 13.2 percent were divorced, with 2.2 percent separated in Kentucky. Divorce is a word commonly used in society, but few understand the details of an annulment, which can also end a marriage.

Kentucky parents may fight for child custody rights

Many parents may face struggles when it comes to being able to spend time with their kids. Some Kentucky residents may relate to one out-of-state man who is currently facing child custody issues regarding to his twin infants. Reports stated that the twins' mother told the man he was not the father and that she had a DNA test done to confirm it. However, the woman never actually carried out such testing, and she told other individuals that the man was the father. 

Kentucky kids may feel affects of child custody transitions

When it comes time for a marriage to end, many Kentucky residents may have a hard time breaking the news to their children. Young children can be especially affected by such news as they will likely have their lives considerably changed once child custody terms are agreed upon. However, many parents may be able to work together to make the transition as smooth as possible.

Jodie Sweetin's ex is looking for child support

As many Kentucky residents know, life is full of constant changes. As a result, agreements that were made in the past may not always hold up to future changes. In some cases, these agreements may need to be revisited in hopes of making accommodations for new circumstances. For individuals concerned with child support, information on modifications may prove useful.

Preparing for high asset divorce cases may be beneficial

When Kentucky residents go through the proceedings necessary to end their marriage, they may face many concerns. For those going through a high asset divorce, working to maintain their wealth may become a top priority. Luckily, there are steps individuals could take to help ensure that they are doing their best to preserve their wealth. 

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