How does a collaborative divorce work?

With more and more studies showing that high-conflict divorces can take a huge toll on both parties and their children, there has been an increased interest in collaborative law. The collaborative process allows you and your spouse to work together instead of being on...

Bringing paternity actions in Kentucky

Often, when discussing child support, we are talking about a situation that involves two people who have decided to divorce or part ways after a relationship and they have a minor child or children together. In such a case, one individual might agree to pay child...

What payments are considered alimony?

For purposes of determining alimony payments to report on tax returns, the Internet Revenue Service provides some fairly specific breakdowns on what is and is not considered alimony support by the IRS. Child support, for example, is not considered alimony, while...

5 warning signs your assets may be at risk

Marital property is divided equally in Kentucky, but that poses unique challenges for couples with complex or high-value assets. Identifying these warning signs early on can be critical to successfully navigate property division challenges. 1. You sold the family farm...

Filing bankruptcy and divorce

While adding another complicated and stressful legal proceeding to your slate at the same time you are dealing with a divorce might seem counterproductive, filing bankruptcy at the right time can actually help you come out of the divorce process with less overall...