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FAQs about Jurisdiction in custody cases

FAQs on the Jurisdiction in Custody Cases Q: If the other parent and I live in different states, how do we know where to file our custody case? A: The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, most often simply referred to as the UCCJEA, determines the state that you must file in.  If the child Read More

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Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Compared

Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Compared Financial strain can be unexpected, hitting people at the most vulnerable times in their lives:  after a birth of a child, the death of a loved one, or even after an serious health complication.  Other times, trouble is brewing over years and missed payments have been piling up.  Read More

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4 Tips to a Successful Doctor’s Visit

4 Tips to a Successful Doctor’s Visit Going to the doctor is one of those necessary evils in life that we all need to do from time to time. While it’s never something one looks forward to, there are a few tips to making the visit beneficial—to both you and your doctor. And while going Read More

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Grandparent Visitation in Kentucky

Grandparent Visitation in Kentucky Family situations are increasingly complicated in our society. One common situation that occurs is when, because of a variety of situations, grandparents are not allowed to visit their grandchildren. Grandparents in this situation often feel like they have no options and no ability to change the situation. We often hear people Read More

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The Basics of Probate

THE BASICS OF PROBATE Probate is the general term used for the court action that may be initiated after a person passes away. There are two types of distribution that we use when initiating a proceeding, “intestate” and “testate”. Testate means that the deceased has used some type of document, usually a will, to detail Read More

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Am I all set if I have a Power of Attorney?

You have a Power of Attorney – you’re covered!  Or are you? We often have clients tell us that they have all of their paperwork in order, then proceed to pull out a one-page Power of Attorney and a one-page Will. I will be the first to say that the length of a document does Read More

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