What is Permanent Custody in Kentucky?

Is a permanent custody order in Kentucky intended to last or remain unchanged indefinitely? The answer is no.

Custody can be changed after a permanent custody order is granted ...

  • after two years pass if it is in the child's best interest.
  • before two years pass only if sworn statements make clear that there is reason to believe that:
    • the child's present environment may endanger seriously his physical, mental, moral, or emotional health; or
    • the custodian appointed under the prior decree has placed the child with a de facto custodian.

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One good way to find a lawyer is to check out their online recommendations, ask friends, acquaintances, or other lawyers and attorneys for referrals and then interview the candidates. You can call my office at 502-509-1490 to schedule a consultation to discuss your options or set an appointment here: https://www.johnschmidtlaw.com/schedule-appointment/

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If you’re facing divorce, custody, grandparent's rights, paternity, adoption, criminal charges, personal injury, or need deeds or wills prepared in or around Shepherdsville or Shelbyville or Taylorsville or Radcliff or Elizabethtown or Louisville, Kentucky, rely on our team at the Law Offices of John Schmidt & Associates. We will fight aggressively to help you protect your rights with the goal of obtaining the most favorable outcome. Schedule an appointment here: https://www.johnschmidtlaw.com/schedule-appointment/

 

 


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