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Determining who gets the pet?

Folks here in Kentucky have always had a strong attachment to their animals, whether horses or other farm animals, a hunting dog, or a house cat. Nevertheless, animals seem to be an increasingly important part of a couple's divorce agreement. This may be due to the...

What if the marriage was not a long one?

The pandemic has impacted every marriage in one way or another. While living, working and raising children under one roof may have prompted some families to grow closer, it pushed others further apart. The specifics of each relationship are unique, but researchers...

Is January really “divorce month”?

January is the start of the new year and new resolutions. For some, this means going to the gym more often or losing weight. Perhaps there are professional goals to work toward or major projects around the home that have waited long enough. January is also known as a...

Tips for making mediation work

Divorce mediation often offers many benefits to couples planning to divorce. There are different formats, but it is generally a collaborative approach where you and your spouse work collaboratively to find solutions for parenting time, division of assets and other...

Hidden assets could be a problem

It is common for one spouse to handle finances for the family. In fact, the other spouse may have no idea of the family’s take-home income, the value assets, investments, retirement plans and other things of value. Ignorance may even be bliss as long as the family...

How alimony now works

The previous generations’ divorces often involved a husband breadwinner and a housewife who did not have a job outside the home. It meant that the husband would usually need to pay both child support to the wife who often had custody (or was the custodial parent) and...