Assuming you can get your license back in Kentucky before going to court this question concerns strategy and you should discuss with a lawyer. If you get your license back you will spend money on a reinstatement fee. That money could be wasted if your license is suspended again. Driving on a DUI...Read more »
Obviously it is never advisable that you settle your case without a lawyer. The amount of settlement could depend on a number of factors including the permanency of the injury, the loss of income, past present and future pain and suffering, your recovery time, your expenses and many more factors....Read more »
I've been divorced for a year and we have 50/50 joint custody my ex spouse remarried a few months after, Am I able to file a child support adjustment? In addition she was able to claim 0 income based on we have a child under the age of 3 that child will be turning 3 in a few weeks is that also... Read more »
The fact that she got married will not make a difference In Kentucky. It is the income of the mother that matters. If the child is over three and she is still not working you may be able to file to modify.
You should know Kentucky now has new laws for child support in a 50/50 time sharing...Read more »
It is always best to consult with a lawyer when dealing with a divorce. You are not eligible for a public defender in a divorce case. You are always allowed to file divorce and to respond and or to handle the entire divorce pro se, meaning on your own without a lawyer. The clerk will probably...Read more »
Yes in KY the statute of limitations for personal injury stemming from an auto accident is 2 years from the date of the accident or the last pip payment. Pip stands for kentucky’s No fault personal injury protection. The pip is what pays your medical bills up to a specified amount. The best...Read more »
Charged with a DUI 4th could have got license back in five years however never did. Now it's six years later and I've been charged with driving on DUI suspended. Shouldn't it only be driving on suspended license? Or no license?
If you never took steps to renew your driver’s license then it must have been still suspended. If you are eligible for reinstatement then your case should be continued and license reinstated. Discuss with a lawyer.
Living separate from spouse, divorce has been filed, he has a lawyer, I don’t have the money or even a vehicle to get back and forth to work. When I left the toxic relationship at home he cut me off of all finances and resources and he’s been buying huge purchases with taxes like concert... Read more »
What you are describing is probably dissipation of assets. The court can stop him from continuing this conduct. You should speak with a lawyer, and you should be able to get relief. More information is needed to fully answer your question.
You should speak with a Kentucky lawyer. Your question is not clear. If a divorce was obtained without your knowledge then perhaps it did not address the issues of custody or property and you can address them by filing motions within the case. Since its not possible to answer your question...Read more »
Exclusive of PIP means they will repay and be responsible for paying back the PIP to your insurance company pip stands for personal injury protection it is Ky no fault coverage on your own insurance that pay for your medical bills regardless of who is at fault and usually first $10,000.00 but could...Read more »
I left our home because it was toxic, all my things are still there. Just talking between the 2 of us I told him I’d let him have the house, but I wanted whatever the court decided was my “portion”. He went behind my back and I just got sent a “temporary exclusive use and house... Read more »
If you say he went behind your back you may have grounds to file a motion to set aside this order if it is an order, you say it is a letter is it only a demand from his lawyer or an order signed by the judge? You can file a motion to reconsider/set aside 10 days from the date of the order. You...Read more »
My husband and I both agreed it would be for the best that we separate. I left him in the house because his family lives in GA and he would have nowhere to go so I live with my brother. When I first moved in I had no job because I stayed with our son. Is he legally allowed to cut off all finances... Read more »
He should not be able to do that however until you file you will have a hard time enforcing your rights. More information is required or answer your question. Once a divorce is filed in Kentucky he would be prohibited from doing that. To protect your rights file for legal separation or for...Read more »
Now he informs me that I don’t have Lupus but I am still sick and got several drs I have to see for medical issues. I know that taking medicine I shouldn’t of been taking has contributed to these issues. Nobody wants to help me with my case.
In order to file a medical malpractice action you must prove that your doctor committed an error and was negligent in doing so. Misdiagnosis is an error. Further that damage or injury was caused by the negligence. Causation and damages should be established via expert medical testimony. Be...Read more »
I didnt Know he was impotent before we were married. He said we would travel and he wanted to take me so many places. He didn’t. He treated me like a maid instead of a wife. He filed for a divorce without asking me and two policemen brought the papers to my front door. We promised each other we... Read more »
You can file a response and a counter-petition requesting an annulment. Impotence is probably a good ground on which to base a request for an annulment. However, strict statute of limitations typically apply in annulments. Consult with a lawyer.
I was mentally abused by my ex husband who is a retired military veteran 20 years. We dated for 2.5 years and were married for 25 years and divorced now 7 years. I did not know that he was mentally abusing me till a couple years after I left him. I went through severe depression and almost died.... Read more »
Unless you waived all claims against him In your divorce agreement you could sue him for abuse however if you sue him outside of the family court context you would have to allege a viable claim In tort .. and it would have to fall within the Kentucky statute of limitations which would normally run...Read more »
If everything is agreed to then it is an uncontested divorce and there should be no reason for mediation or arbitration. If everything is agreed to, then it is only a matter of drafting the divorce agreement and having both parties sign it.
He has 4 biological children and 1 adopted child. The wife wants the entire 250,000 life insurance and does not want the children to have any. His oldest son has been named administrator of the estate (no will) Do we have any options to have the life insurance split evenly upon the 5 children... Read more »
Unlike the terms of a will, the life insurance beneficiaries must be affirmatively removed/ changed in Kentucky and Generally the divorce does not effect the named beneficiaries however a probate lawyer should be consulted. If a divorce agreement mentions it it would be evidence of intent and...Read more »
The cop said i was at fault but I have witnesses stating it was not. I had a arrow in the left lane and the other driver blew through the red light and also didn't have her headlights on at 8:30 p.m. I didn't see her when I started to turn and she hit me.
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