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Property division: Kentucky residents may want to consider 401(k)

For some Kentucky residents, going through divorce brings more upset about having to divide property than ending the relationship itself. While bringing the marriage to an end may mean a happier future for those involved, property division can cause considerable upset in many cases. Therefore, parties may wish to remain vigilant when it comes to working toward the outcomes they desire.

Filing for paternity in Kentucky

You may want or need to file for paternity in Kentucky for any number of different reasons. Maybe you believe a man fathered your child and you are hoping to receive child support to help cover costs associated with raising your offspring, or perhaps you believe you fathered a child, but the child’s mother disputes your claim. You may, too, wish to file for paternity simply because you and your child’s mother do not plan to legally marry but you still want the same rights with regard to your child that becoming a legal father would allow you.

Understanding equitable property division may help in Kentucky

Incorrect information can cause considerable problems for anyone in a variety of situations. When Kentucky residents have the wrong idea about how property division proceedings will be carried out during divorce, they may be in for a rude awakening once the process begins. Therefore, they may wish to prepare for such aspects of their cases and assess what outcomes could potentially occur.

Divorce, child custody may impact Kentucky kids emotionally

As some Kentucky parents go through divorce proceedings, they may wonder about how to lessen the negative impacts the situation could have on their children. Because child custody agreements and other arrangements can significantly alter a child's life, it is not unusual for kids to feel upset about these changes. Luckily, parents can take action to ensure that they are there for their children.

Financial preparations may prove vital in high asset divorce

After accumulating a considerable amount of wealth, most individuals want to do what they can to protect their assets. Unfortunately, some unexpected life events can cause some Kentucky residents to face financial impacts that could cause considerable upset. High asset divorce can easily result in parties losing some of their funds and other property, and therefore, individuals may wish to do their best to prepare in hopes of lessening negative outcomes.

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