Kentucky Child Custody Questions & Answers

Q: I have parental rights, my late finances family has custody of my kids. They wont let me talk or see kids

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Answered on Sep 18, 2017

You would need to look at any orders the court has issued related to your children to know if anyone is in contempt. You are always able to file a motion with the court to address contact and visitation with your child. You should contact a local attorney to discuss your options.
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Q: Asking for my brother need advice asap

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Answered on Sep 13, 2017

So long as his parental rights have not been terminated, the father can file a motion for custody and parenting time. I would expect a lot of push back and if the court is inclined to start reintroducing the father to the child, I would expect it to go through a therapist. The father is going to need a lot of patience and understanding. Contact a family law attorney in the county where the child has resided for a consultation. Best of luck.
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Q: My parents have temp custody of my three kids, and they will not let me nor the mother see them or get them at all

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Answered on Sep 9, 2017

You need to talk to a local family law attorney. You can always file a motion to address parenting time and contact with your children even if you do not want to change legal custody. What county is the court that granted the temporary custody?
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Q: my 13 year old sister wants to live with my husband and I. Can I get custody of her since I'm not the mother?

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Answered on Sep 1, 2017

What county do you live in and what county does your sister live in? You should contact a local attorney to discuss all the relevant facts. It is possible but depends highly on a number of specific facts.
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Q: Do you have to file and go to court in the state the child lives in?

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Answered on Aug 21, 2017

You will likely need to file in the state and county where the child has resided for the past 6 months.
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Q: Can the father of my daughter get full custody because I don't have a job or house because I just moved.

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Answered on Jul 24, 2017

The ability to provide for your child is a very relevant factor the court will consider. However, those two facts alone are likely insufficient to justify awarding sole custody. The reasons why you do not have a home or job are much more important than the temporary fact that you may have neither. You should consult a local attorney in the county where your case is pending or where it will be filed so you can discuss all the facts of your situation.
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Q: I live in TN & my son lives in KY. Child support is set up in TN.

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Answered on Jul 5, 2017

You need to locate the mother and serve her with a petition to enforce your parenting time and to establish a set schedule. You could file the motion in the court that made the initial decision or where mom and child are living now. You should discuss the matter in detail with a local attorney to come up with a plan.
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Q: My kids grandma filed for custody in Kentucky so I fled the state before the court date. What is going to happen?

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Answered on Jun 27, 2017

This is a question you need to pose to attorneys in Kentucky
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Q: currently have joint custoday what are chances to get full custody or ammend that father can't have around certain peopl

1 Answer | Asked in Family Law and Child Custody for Kentucky on
Answered on Jun 23, 2017

If the father is taking the children around someone that has recently been the victim of attempted murder and there is still is the possibility that something like that could occur again, I believe most family court judges would understand your request to restrict who the children are around. You need a local attorney to discuss your specific options.
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Q: My ex has custody of our daughter. He has gotten multiple dui/drug charges since hes had her. Can I get soLe custody?

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Answered on Jun 21, 2017

You certainly may have grounds to ask the court to revisit the issue of custody. To fully answer the question, you need to talk to a local family law attorney in the jurisdiction of your case.
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Q: I have 3 kids with my ex bf. How do i go about getting full custody? He barely sees them or pays child support

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Answered on May 22, 2017

File a motion for sole custody. Hire a local attorney, they will know what the judge is likely to do with your particular set of facts.
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Q: I filed paper work for a divorce. Waited 60 days, and have a court date. Got mail saying it was denied. What do I do?

1 Answer | Asked in Arbitration / Mediation Law, Child Custody and Divorce for Kentucky on
Answered on May 22, 2017

You may want to consider hiring an attorney. If you have tried to do it yourself and you weren't able to get it done, there is probably something you are not doing correctly and it must be fixed before the court will grant your divorce/dissolution.
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