File a motion for contempt and cite the order the parent is violating. You can find any available self help forms online on the Kentucky website. You can also visit the Jefferson county family court clerks office and request the same.
If you have been paying child support to the other parent, ensure you have statements of proof (bank statements, money transfer app statements, etc). A parent is finically responsible for their child. CPS involvement does not change that.
My child has provided evidence to me showing unsafe living conditions. My child routinely has to ask me for money for basic needs despite me paying child support to the other parent. My child is now expressing he wants to live in my home because he feels completely unsafe. I do not want to take... View More
If your child is in an unsafe or dangerous living environment, report those concerns to CPS. Obtain a lawyer. File a motion in circuit family asking for change in parenting time and/or suspension of time for custodial parent if dangerous conditions.
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My sister told me that the father of her daughter, which he has temporary sole custody of their child, told her that she has to ask permission to buy gifts for her own daughter. So, I asked her if he had full custody of their daughter and she said that he only has temporary sole custody, like I... View More
Married 35 yes. Husband has adjusted income down somehow, he kept me from filing until HE was ready. Took about 10 yrs to get to this point. We have a house, 10 acres. He expects me to stay on SSI with no support from him. In 35 years he's bought me clothes once. He's always been greedy... View More
My daughter's dad refuses to communicate at all. We have 50/50 custody as of right now. He has jumped her from doctor to doctor against my wishes. It's time for well check ups and he stated that he did one October of last year however the insurance company says he dad not. His new wife... View More
No. Both parents should have the availability to obtain medical information regarding the minor child. If there is an order establishing your joint custody relationship, you may be able to file a contempt motion based on the refusal you explain. However, if you have an informal agreement, file a...View More
Me and my ex husband separated in 10/2019. At the time I was awarded only possession of the house until we came to an agreement. He moved in with his girlfriend. One night in jan 2020, while I was at work he broke the door, came in and installed cameras to record my actions. He said that his... View More
Depending on ownership at the time of the incident, you may be able to file a contempt motion with the Court. However, it is unclear if you came to an agreement regarding the marital home since that incident.
The police may pull you over if they suspect there is a reason to pull you over. You should review your citation that you were given on the date of arrest to get a full understanding of the officer's reasoning.
When you are injured at the fault of a negligent party, it is important that you get evaluated by a medical doctor as soon as possible and a police report is filed documenting the event. Contact a personal injury attorney in your area given that more information is needed to get a complete...View More
Yes, you may have a claim against the driver if the driver was negligent. It is important that obtain a police report documenting the incident and seek medical treatment for your injuries. As mentioned, a portion of your medical bills would be covered under Kentucky personal injury protection....View More
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