Plantiff fails to object to venue in preliminary custody matters 3yrs after moving to Oldham county. Participates in further proceedings in decree county. Jefferson county. Until filing motions in (oldham) county of residence and winning temporary order. Files petition for custody in county of... Read more »
Yes, the judge has discretion to relinquish venue. However, under the Uniform Chid Custody Jurisdiction Act, the judges of the two possible forums are required to converse and make a decision as to where jurisdiction and venue is appropriate and who will be exercising both to hear the case.
I sent 3 emails to a public entity about one of their employees drug use. I did not try to hide the fact i sent them. The person who i sent them about has filed harrassing communications against me. I thought i was doing a public service as this person handles food but now i have to go to court... Read more »
When my husband was 16 and was dealing with a very chaotic family life which caused his severe depression, his caregiver put him in a mental hospital where he was told to notify staff of any suicidal thoughts. Prior to and on the day of the discharge, he repeatedly told the staff that he... Read more »
To see my children. I haven't talked or seen them for a year. My daughter doesn't know me. She was only 10mosand my son is now 5yrs. PLEASE in Jesus Name, HELP me. I'm so sorry and ashamed of the hurt I have caused, over drugs. I want a chance to provide the love and life with me my... Read more »
You should, yes. File a motion for a graduated parenting schedule. As long as you remain clean and sober, there shouldn’t be a problem with you parenting the children, although you may have to jump through some proof hoops to prove your sobriety.
She turns 18 in March. Can husband emancipate her? Will this stop the CPS investigation? A judge sent her with her grandma to stay until investigation is complete but the judge never submitted any orders stating this. Husband is still responsible for his daughter. Grandma can't control her.... Read more »
All I did was confront her and took him to go get looked at by a doctor. Didn't say she did it or anything, just asked her why he would be saying things like that. They live in Wisconsin and we live in Kentucky
They have joint custody and she lives with him and his new wife. They have a custody agreement filed in court with visitations spelled out. He isn't adhering to the visitations and she spends time with her mother once every month and a half for 2 days. Now I find out that he is threatening my... Read more »
A friend of mine stole some things from me and accused me of the police. I explained to them what really happened and I reported her for stealing my stuff which has a total value of 600 dollars and she also owes me another 60. A police officer told me to press charges against her for defamation and... Read more »
A Kentucky attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. There are lawyers who handle defamation matters. It doesn't involve pressing charges; it's a civil law cause of action for damage to one's reputation. But keep in mind that defamation cases are not...Read more »
Freedom Mortgage Company failed to pay my property taxes last year even though I have VA loan and escrow. Amount goes up monthly and they are ignoring my requests for resolution. They have an office in Lexington, Ky. I live in Oak Grove, Ky. Do I file at the nearest court to Lexington or can I file... Read more »
I have paid the lease breaking fees ($2,000) and it’s been months but now they are contacting me threatening to take me to small claims court over some sort of damage fees that I was unaware of. Seeing as I had no part in the decision to break the lease and my ex-roommate is the primary on the... Read more »
On the 3 time they left and left dog with me. The person says to keep dog until she gets a place. 7 months later I get a text saying give animal back. I assume it would 2 to 3 months for her to find a place. Was staying hotels and above a bar
I’m currently 18 years old and living in Kentucky. I’ll be moving to Florida some time this summer. In Florida, you have to be 21 to buy a handgun but in Kentucky you only have to be 18. Can I buy a handgun here in Kentucky and still be able to possess and shoot it when I move to Florida and... Read more »
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