You have to appeal within thirty days of the date of entry of the order. If it was entered November 3, your notice of appeal would be due December3. December 3 is a Sunday, so by rule you would have until Monday, December 4, within which to file your notice.
In Kentucky, during a divorce, property division is typically based on equitable distribution, not necessarily giving the full value of the house to the spouse who made the down payment. Various factors, including contributions from both spouses, are considered. For personalized legal advice...View More
Kentucky is a an equity state and a Court would have to determine what is equitable / fair for both parties. If the ticket was purchased and the lottery drawing was during marriage then she would likely be entitled to a percentage of the profits as the tickets were likely purchased with marital...View More
My girlfriend and I are considering marriage. There is a clause in her divorce stating she may not have overnights with a paramour while the kids are around. After marriage, would I (her then husband) still be considered a paramour?
How is it she is entitled to get that money back if i have to buy her half out if it not a marital asset. That makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. It was his house,he sold it,even if her name was on it or it was gonna be left to her in his will. If inheritance cant be shared by divorcing spouses... View More
It is possible to make an argument that the down payment was a gift to the marital estate. However, if dad testifies that this was not the intent, the check was made out to daughter only not to daughter and husband, it is likely non-marital. Inheritances are usually non-marital and separate...View More
We've been separated a year she's been gone almost that length of time, how is it she can come back to this house whenever she feels like it? And secondly, we pretty much decided to sell the place at some point, and divide the money but, if I choose to refinance the place and buy her half... View More
She still has an ownership interest in the house regardless of how long she’s been gone so she can still come and go as she pleases. The money her dad put down is a non marital interest that will be restored to her by the court. The best thing to do is get the divorce filed and moving so you...View More
She came to the usa in 2019 on a K1 visa, we were married and applied for adjustment of status, we received a deny notice in April 2022 due to previous visa fraud issues on her part which I was unaware of, in September 2022 we received final denial of her AOS, once I explained to my wife what our... View More
Ideally you should hire an attorney who practices both immigration and family law. This way the attorney will be able to make sure the grounds for the divorce are appropriate (limiting your wife's ability to sponsor herself for a green card) and protect you as to any potential spousal support...View More
My son is 6. His dad & I co-parent & are both very present in his life, which is why we settled on 50/50 custody & no specific set days- we knew we could get along to do so. Fast forward, now my son’s dad is remarried & his new stepson has severe behavior/authority issues and... View More
My ex withheld disclosure of real estate even though my original attorney had sent interrogatories to him. He did not answer them and my attorney took me to mediation without pressing for full disclosure. I was unaware that full disclosure had not been given. When I discovered the error and... View More
My final divorce decree awarded me half of all my ex's retirement investments...
But, during the discovery process of our divorce... My ex DID NOT disclose the pension fund... of which I have just recently been made aware of... Due to my ex having to move this pension fund by August... View More
Spouse submitted that he only earned $2095.10 in social security, when he actually earned 3110.00 per month after Medicare. In addition to annuities, is this acceptable? He failed to show his cola and was having $590.90 taken out in taxes. However my income was based solely on cola benefits and... View More
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I support a lady from my church with driving for her daughter's transfer in KY state. The girl is around 4 years old. The place is at a gas station and close to the police station. The father is always video recording (usually places his cellphone on his shirt pocket with the lens facing... View More
I get cs directly from the cs office and once he came back, the payments picked up again. However, I have yet to receive any makeup payments from the time he was gone. How do I go about getting the cs I’m owed from his time out of the country? Do I contact the cs office or go to him directly and... View More
My husband cheated I suspect the 4th time after 20 yrs of marriage. He tried to abandon our home and family from what saw as a suicide attempt that landed him in jail after a standoff with the police and dating assault charges. I left the home before he was placed on house arrest. He moved the... View More
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