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3 frequently asked questions about cohabitation agreements

So you are living with the love of your life, but you two have decided not to pursue marriage. Whether this is a temporary or permanent decision, you might feel a sense of freedom. However, without marriage, you are also without certain protections. For example, how will you split up your assets if you break up? What about future support for any children?

Parents may help kids with life lessons through child custody

When Kentucky parents divorce, they may have substantial worries about how the situation will affect their children. These concerns can often play a role in the decisions that individuals make during various legal proceedings, including those relating to child custody. Keeping their children in mind may help parties better ensure that the kids do not suffer unnecessarily during this transitional time.

Age may impact changes of high asset divorce in Kentucky

Age can play a critical part in many life events. Various privileges and activities often cannot be attained until Kentucky residents reach a certain age, and some parties may choose to wait until they have turned a particular age before making some life decisions. Because age can have such an impact throughout life, it may not be surprising that age could play a role in high asset divorce cases.

Kentucky property division may have parties considering mortgages

Divvying up property as part of divorce proceedings can sometimes seem contentious and cathartic. By splitting up assets, individuals may truly feel that the reality of moving on from a marital relationship has set in. However, those confronting property division issues in Kentucky will likely benefit by gaining an understanding of the process and learning how to address potential issues that may arise when dealing with the family home.

Kentucky residents may struggle to meet child support obligations

Being able to provide for their children is often a goal of many parents. Unfortunately, that goal can prove difficult to reach when individuals are working to carry out that task on a single income. Child support is often needed after divorce or for unwed parents, and while many parents want to meet their payment obligations, it can sometimes be harder than anticipated.

Monetary issues could impact marriage, high asset divorce

Every Kentucky resident's life is unique, and as a result, the relationships they form are equally unique. Each marriage can have its own set of happy circumstances as well as negative points, and those relationships can also have varying balances of each. When a marriage has more negative aspects, some well-heeled parties may find themselves looking into a high asset divorce.

What people can expect in the first divorce lawyer consultation

It is an unfortunate reality that many marriages end in divorce. Kentucky actually has one of the highest rates of divorce out of any state in the country. According to data collected by the United States Census Bureau, Kentucky has a divorce rate of 13.2 percent

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