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2 Answers | Asked in Divorce for Kentucky on
Q: If I’m pregnant can I file for divorce from my Husband?
Dean H. Sutton
Dean H. Sutton answered on Sep 20, 2019

Yes, you can file but the official decree of divorce would not likely be finalized until the baby is born and paternity testing is done to determine whether your husband is the child's father.

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1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody for Kentucky on
Q: Can sons girlfriend take daughter that has joint custody out of state without him being in agreement ?

My son and his ex girlfriend had parenting plan/scheduled made per his attorney 3 yrs ago in case their went separate ways. Now girlfriend is wanting to leave in middle of night with all 3 kids (agreed order plan only on 1st child). If she don’t have his daughter back by Sunday/Monday whichever... Read more »

Dean H. Sutton
Dean H. Sutton answered on Sep 14, 2019

Yes, she can get into trouble with regards to the child that is subject to an order if she is violating the order by moving the child out-of-state. With regards to the other two children, if there is no order in place she is not violating anything so your son should seek a court order right away.... Read more »

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