Life has a tendency to throw you a curveball every now and then. Sometimes these unexpected twists and turns can require that you go into a court of law to resolve them.
No one enjoys the divorce process, but the struggle becomes a reality for many couples here in Kentucky. When divorce is unavoidable, there are many things that need sorting out, including the division of shared property and assets.
No one gets married with the idea they’ll get divorced. However, if you are thinking about divorce now, you probably believe it could be the best choice for you, your spouse, and your children.
Are you suffering from the abuse of a loved one? Domestic violence is very common, so you are not alone. It may seem daunting to report the abuse of your significant other, especially if you share children with him or her. Should you file a restraining order, or should more be done to keep you and your family safe? Here is how filing a Domestic Violence Order can affect the custody of your children, and how we can help you stay safe throughout the process.
According to the Pew Research Center, 88% of Americans marry for love, but what happens when that love fades? Going through a divorce can drain you emotionally, mentally, and financially. Each partner has different ideas and needs, and communication is probably not where it once was.
Children often suffer the most in divorce. While the impact on sons is just as important, this post deals with the impact on daughters as it relates to the role of the father post divorce.
Changing a child support order can seem daunting, confusing, or both. It was a legal order that was decided upon in a court of law, so it may seem like it doesn’t need to be revisited again.
While leaning on others who have gone through a divorce can help emotionally, it’s important not to take advice about the legal proceedings of divorce from anyone who isn’t an experienced family law attorney.
Worried your criminal record might hurt your chances at child custody? Get the facts here, then call our Shepherdsville law firm to schedule a consultation.
Our divorce should be simple because we didn't put one another on accounts, cars, debts, etc ... right?
Our divorce should be simple because we didn't put one another on accounts and cars, right? How will that impact your case? It depends. Learn here what you need to know about getting divorced in Kentucky.