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November 2016 Archives

4 things to consider for Kentucky property division

Coming to terms with the property division settlement in a divorce isn't always easy. You probably worked hard to get the things you did and you may have an attachment to them. Knowing about property division in Kentucky can help you to brace for what is to come when you are going through a divorce. It can also help you to have the information you need to make decisions about property division when necessary.

Can alimony payments impact your credit worthiness?

While the most important considerations for seeking alimony payments are often whether you need the extra support to sustain your lifestyle post divorce, you might also want to remember that these extra payments can play into other decisions in the future. One area where alimony payments might matter as you move past your divorce is in your ability to purchase a new home.

Planning for probate during the divorce process

For some people, it's all they can do to get through a divorce process and move on with their lives. It's important, though, to think about the rest of your life and how you want to move on. To protect yourself and your heirs now and throughout the future, it helps to be able to think ahead all the way to end-of-life decisions as you make divorce arrangements.

Some basics of court adoption processes in Kentucky

It's no secret that adoption can be a stressful and expensive endeavor. Made for television movies, while sometimes dramatizing the process for the sake of ratings, still capture many truths about what it's like to adopt. While adopting a child from an agency or from overseas can be a lengthy and legal-laden process, many people also go through a different type of adoption process.

3 reasons to be honest about domestic violence with your attorney

Domestic violence isn't something anyone should have to go through. Physical abuse is just one aspect of it, and there are other types as well. Being clear with your attorney about why you're leaving your spouse is important to your case. Here are three good reasons to do so instead of hiding the real reason that is motivating your divorce.