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Is nesting realistic in your situation?

In cases of divorce with minor children, nesting, also called bird-nesting, is one option that some higher-income parents consider. It is when the parents decide to keep the children in one home and rotate out. So, instead of the children going to a different home every week or every month, it is their parents who do that.

How does a collaborative divorce work?

Now that you and your spouse have made the decision to end your marriage, you face another difficult choice: Should you go to court to settle your issues, or is there another way? Fortunately for you and other Kentucky residents in the same boat, uncontested divorce is becoming a popular and effective option. Collaborative law is one of the ways you and your spouse can negotiate your divorce without having to go to court.

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?

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

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.

Divorce Information Center

Contemplating divorce is difficult. Whether or not you are sure you want to end your marriage, it helps to learn the basics of divorce law.

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