3 common signs of parental alienation

The divorce process can be trying even at the best of times. However, when children are at the heart of the process, tensions may be heightened further. Unfortunately, children might occasionally be weaponized by one spouse who feels hostility towards the other...

Good faith and bad faith in relocation

Sometimes relocation to a new town, city or state can open an exciting new chapter in the life of a parent. It should also be an exciting time for the child that relocates along with the parent. However, judges might find fault with the desire of a parent to relocate...

What are the signs of a marriage in trouble?

While all marriages experience rough patches every now and then, some occurrences point to a marriage in serious trouble. Being able to recognize problematic signs allows you to take the steps to save your marriage if that’s what you and your spouse desire. It can...

Property division in Kentucky divorces

As a married couple, you and your spouse acquire rights to both property and debts acquired during your marriage. However, marital property excludes anything one owned before marriage, inheritance, gifts and property that is excluded through legal agreements such as...

Your teenager got an MIP – now what?

Part of being a teenager means attending the occasional high school party. You hope that your son will make good decisions when he attends these parties, but you know that peer pressure is always a risk. You expected a slip-up here and there, but you were not ready...