No. If a spouse in KY threatens their spouse with imminent harm such that the spouse if forced to leave their home for their safety, that spouse may seek a protective order and possibly regain access to the marital home that way. If granted, it would restrain the abusive spouse from coming near....Read more »
If the divorce proceedings are still pending, these issues can be addressed in the divorce case and brought to the attention of the family court judge who has the power to sanction and or restrain the other party for any undue abuse in the proceedings. However, each party has the right to argue...Read more »
You can ask him to move out by an agreement. You will not be able to evict him absent abuse/ domestic violence. You can file for divorce. The marital home, if marital property, will be subject to the equitable distribution of your assets. It may turn out that one of you will get the house, or the...Read more »
He initially stated he wasn't going to ask for anything, he is now stating he wants the money he has given me for the mortgage, roughly $14,000 which I obviously do not have. He gave me cash each time and the money did not always go to the mortgage nor is name is not on the house title.
In KY this $14,000.00 would probably be viewed as follows the 14 k unless it came from his premarital account or some other non marital source would be marital property so assuming it is marital money then its only 7k. If only a portion of the 14 k was used to pay for the house then only that...Read more »
He has had more children since he left me he doesn’t speak to our boys, I have heard off and on that he is strung out I don’t know for sure, he left because I didn’t want him to be a drug dealer when he came home from prison
You can get a divorce even if you don’t know where he is. This would be a limited type of divorce that would result in each person being a separate single individual. However issues of child custody, visitation, and property would have to be reserved for a future time when he can be found and...Read more »
Yes you can if the driver was negligent. You maybe entitled to get your medical bills paid, your compensation for pain and suffering,lost wages, and other economic damages.Consult with a lawyer about filing a claim.
We have been separated since 9/27 and decided 12/12 that we're going to divorce. We are staying friends through this process. He said he would give me 125 a week in child support but i told him I'd rather he make the jeep pmt because i cant afford it by myself and if i have to let it get... Read more »
I was sitting in my car when two guys shot at my car with a paint ball gun. They were unaware I was in the car at the time and drove into a nearby fast food deive thru. I yelled at them to apologize for what they did and when they rejected that, I blocked them in the drive thru. They then rammed my... Read more »
In Kentucky the easiest way to achieve this would be via an agreement reached in the divorce. If there is an objection, then the Court would decide based on the best interest of the children. This determination would be made at a custody hearing. The party seeking to move must have legitimate...Read more »
If you pleaded guilty and/ or are convicted, and if restitution is owed and ordered, the condition of your sentence may involve paying restitution i.e., the medical bills. In such a case you will have to make payments or pay in lump sum. A show cause date is given usually by which you must pay the...Read more »
If you are separated but still married and there is no separation agreement in force dividing personal property then yes she would potentially have some rights to it assuming that it is marital personal property i.e., property acquired during the marriage with marital funds. You should consult...Read more »
they have two children but he has had his parental rights revoked by the courts. She also has a current DVO in place. She makes little money and can't afford to hire a lawyer. Her estranged husband is mentally ill and makes no money. They have no assets to divide. She does not know how to... Read more »
You should consult with your own attorney. Generally in Kentucky divorce agreements are effective as contracts on the day signed. Once the decree is signed and the agreement is incorporated into the judgment, it becomes enforceable and subject to the court’s contempt powers. Your question asks...Read more »
Must have valid grounds for setting aside a divorce. To set aside you must attack the validity of the judgement. Not enough detail provided here to answer your question. Consult with a lawyer for additional options. For example in KY you can have a divorce annulled.
You could lose your license for a long time. DUI 2nd minimum imprisonment time is 7 days or 14 days if aggravating circumstances are present. For the driving on a dui suspended license 1st offense the penalty is up to 1 year, a class A misdemeanor.
Kentucky case on point Rhodes v. Pederson states that death, not the divorce prior to the decree terminates the marriage. Divorce proceedings are abated, however there may or may not be exceptions such as if the decree was granted verbally, signed but not entered etc etc... Consult with a lawyer as...Read more »
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