You have to file a petition for dissolution of marriage and have it served on him by certified mail restricted delivery, sheriff or special bailiff. Once that is done, you will have full access to the court.
We were married in 1995 and he was deported in 1997. I did live in Chile off and on for 8 years but came home in 2007 with our 3 children and NEVER looked back. Two are over 18 and one is almost 15. He has never supported the children financially and honestly it is time to divorce him and go on... Read more »
I have permanent custody of a child who has 3 older siblings in foster care. Their foster parents are currently in the process to adopt the 3 siblings. If they get the parents rights terminated in their case, will i also have to get them terminated in my (adoption) case for the younger sibling, or... Read more »
If you have not been approved by the state as a foster parent, you will likely need to file a petition to adopt and a termination of parental rights as to the child in your custody. The birth parents may be willing to consent to avoid another involuntary termination. You should contact a Kentucky...Read more »
What can I expect from first court date? Found out I’m pregnant since self filling in January. Have been separated since August 2019. Baby is not his. Will I have to name my baby’s father in court? Also husband has since claimed me and my son on his 2019 taxes my son is not his. I have received... Read more »
You don’t be able to be divorced until after the baby is born bc your husband is presumed to be the father since you’re married. Once the child is born, dna testing can be performed and paternity established, thereby releasing your husband from liability.
What ever our daughter needed. We booth agreed no child support. Yet I wAs ordered to pay and have been paying every month. I missed a few . But pay an extra 10$ each month until I get caught up .theay still heald 500$ of my stimulus payment my question is why
My question is: Is there paperwork I am able to obtain myself that will allow me to no longer be married? I have friends in different states who have ended their marital status by simply printing off papers and presenting them to the court.
My youngest son is medically fragile and my... Read more »
We separated on good terms and have a daughter and house together. Custody has never been an issue and I have agreed to sign off my rights to the house. We have worked out everything amongst ourselves. We married in Kentucky but lived in Indiana for 10+ years. I've since moved back to... 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 »
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