Anna Aleksander's answer If you are a KY resident, you can file for divorce here. There are several ways to do it, but the easiest is by an agreement with your spouse. To get the other country to recognize the US divorce you would have to contact that country's consulate.
Anna Aleksander's answer If you are threatened to the extent where his actions amount to domestic violence then you can take out an emergency protective order. In the alternative you can file and make a motion to restrain him in the divorce case. You can refer to this page on my website for more information : http://www.aleksanderlawlouisville.com/louisville-criminal-law/epos-domestic-violence/
Anna Aleksander's answer While driving without a license creates a presumption of negligence by KY statute, the courts hold that there must be a causal connection that is the proximate cause for the accident. With or without the license the fault for the accident is what matters. Basically the presumption can be rebutted by showing the other person caused the accident.
Quoting from case: "Where the facts of an accident do not show any causal connection between the violation of a statute and the injury...
Anna Aleksander's answer You should probably be able to yes as long as you have scientific proof of your suffering, damages. Also as of 2013, KY is no longer strictly an impact state. Osborne v. Keeny. This information is not intended as legal advice.
Anna Aleksander's answer Are you sure that he was convicted. Your question is missing a lot of details such as when, what was his sentence, on what conditions is he being released. Based on your question however, if the judge ordered him released, the jail can and sometimes does take their sweet time to process the defendant out. Ideally the person should be out the same day but they can take up to as much as 48-72 hours. Also at times they have been known to hold the Defendant longer if there are mistakes in the...
Anna Aleksander's answer It depends but possibly yes. In KY the duty of care owed to you is defined by your status on the property as for example if you were an invitee on the landowner's premises they owed you a higher duty of care.
Anna Aleksander's answer DUI are enhanceable offenses in Kentucky, meaning that the penalty increases with each subsequent offense. For 1st Offense 30 days - 120 days. For 2nd offense 12 months -18 months. For 3rd offense 24 months-36 months. For 4th and subsequent 60 months. See KRS 189A.070 as amended in 2016.
Anna Aleksander's answer You will have claims for negligence against the driver of the vehicle that hit your vehicle. If the driver was on a frolic and not authorized to drive truck there maybe some issues, however, you should probably still be able to get PIP benefits or Assigned Claims benefits. You should consult a lawyer and make demands upon the persons at fault.
Anna Aleksander's answer Kentucky is a comparative fault state. This site is for general questions only. To answer your question, yes it is possible. If the pedestrian was some percentage at fault in causing the result such as if for example he failed to yield the right of way to a vehicle or crossed the street on red light, or leapt at the oncoming vehicle etc etc.
Anna Aleksander's answer This question was asked in KY divorce section and you appear to be from PA. I can only provide general advice regarding the law in KY. In KY, in a case where one spouse is absent or gone from the state, you may still get a divorce after a Warning Order Attorney is appointed to look for your spouse. If after a certain amount of time, the spouse can not be located,the Warning Order Attorney submits a reports to the Court. You may then get a divorce, however, issues of property, alimony, children...
Anna Aleksander's answer Divorce in Kentucky does not take long if all the paper work is submitted. If all your issues are worked out both parties would sign off on the divorce agreement, some additional paperwork and proof will have to be submitted to the court and a motion for decree, and proposed decree. The process could take a few weeks. If one of the spouses can't be found the process takes longer and certain issues such as property and custody can not be resolved.
Anna Aleksander's answer You should probably take legal action in Court, such as contempt, or Motion for return of child etc. This site is for general advice only and your question can't be answered without an appropriate legal consultation.
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