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  • How Can You Modify a Child Custody Order in Kentucky?
    How Can You Modify a Child Custody Order in Kentucky?

    Most parents want their child to grow up in a healthy and loving environment. As such, sometimes this means changing child custody in order to adapt to the needs of the child or parents in the ...

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  • What Are the Different Types of Child Custody in Kentucky?
    What Are the Different Types of Child Custody in Kentucky?

    There are different types of child custody that the Kentucky courts can award. It is important to familiarize yourself with them if you are going through a divorce as child custody will be an issue ...

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  • Tips on Co-Parenting During the Holidays
    Tips on Co-Parenting During the Holidays

    How to Manage a Co-Parenting Schedule This Holiday Season The holiday season is typically full of festive activities for the entire family to enjoy, including families whose parents have recently ...

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  • Common Grounds for Terminating Parental Rights
    Common Grounds for Terminating Parental Rights

    Children are involved in one of the most complicated aspects of divorce. Custody and visitation can have lasting effects on a family, especially on children who are still in the formidable years of ...

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  • Should I Attend the Parent-Teacher Conference With My Ex-Spouse?
    Should I Attend the Parent-Teacher Conference With My Ex-Spouse?

    If you are divorced and have to attend your first parent-teacher conference since your separation, it can be a bit awkward if you and your ex are still uncomfortable around one another or you aren’t ...

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  • Avoiding Holiday Custody Battles
    Avoiding Holiday Custody Battles

    The holidays are supposed to be the time of year where you can spend time with your family, but for divorced couples, making fair custody arrangements for the children is much easier said than done. ...

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