If you want to know if your marriage is eligible for an annulment in the state of Kentucky, this article explains what an annulment is, when a marriage may be annulled, and the effects of an annulment. Check with the circuit court of the county where you or your spouse live to see if they have requirements
Prior to 1990, Kentucky did not allow couples to create prenuptial agreements; the state believed these contracts could promote divorce. In 1990, however, the Kentucky Supreme Court joined several other states in allowing prenuptial agreements to let spouses to determine their own financial rights upon
Kentucky courts believe that domestic violence has a significant, negative impact on children. Whether a child is abused or not, witnessing domestic violence in the household has long-lasting negative effects on the child’s future relationships. For this reason, state laws typically require that judges
Both parents have a financial responsibility to support their children, even after a separation or divorce. Continue reading to learn more about child support laws, modification, and enforcement in Kentucky.