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Equal Parenting in Kentucky Divorce

While much of divorce and custody law is statutory, there are many issues which are not black and white. For example, the new law in Kentucky makes a presumption of shared parenting, joint custody and equal time with children. This presumption can be rebutted if there is evidence that such an arrangement is not in the best interest of the child(ren).  Moreover, equal parenting does not necessarily mean week on/week off schedule.  There are many schedules that equate to equal parenting and are often utilized that are not week on/off, for example:

My Gay Spouse Married Me On a Bet

This statement was made by a potential client on public website.  You may be entitled to an annulment if your spouse is gay and married you on a bet.  In Kentucky, there must be a legal ground or reason for your marriage to be annulled. Generally, your marriage may be annulled if any of the following circumstances was present at the time of the marriage:

Annulment of Marriage in Kentucky

OVERVIEW OF ANNULMENT IN KENTUCKY

An annulment is different from a divorce.  Essentially, a divorce ends a marriage while an annulment means no valid marriage ever existed. If your marriage was legally invalid from the start, you may be eligible to have your marriage annulled.  Importantly, other than void marriages, annulment must be filed within 90 days after the marriage.

Kentucky Criminal Possession Charges

When clients are charged with possession, they are generally referring to drug cases.  Possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of controlled substances (PCS) are the most common charges in Kentucky.  PCS may be a schedule I, II or III charge.  If the charge is PPossession of Controlled Substance, 1st Degree, it is a Felony charge in Kentucky.

How to Contact a DUI Attorney

If you are looking for a DUI attorney, you should first consider using one that regularly practices in the area where you will stand trial. The next logical question is whether that attorney has the experience to handle your case.

Can I Expunge a DUI?

I am often asked if a DUI is eligible for expungement.  Essentially, yes, with a number of qualifiers.  A DUI, or any other traffic or criminal charge, is always expungable if you are acquitted of the charge.  The time for filing expungement of an acquittal is only 60 days after the case is complete.

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