Kentucky Divorce Laws | Alimony

Kentucky

In a Kentucky divorce involving children, the law requires a mandatory 60-day waiting period before the Court can make a lasting decision in the case. The waiting period starts on the service date of the petition. Decisions range from anything to full or partial custody, child support and alimony.Kentucky divorce law requires that, when dividing property, the courts consider what property each spouse has contributed to the marriage and its value, how long the marriage lasted, how the divorce affects the finances of each party, and whether the domiciliary parent should have rights to the couple's home.

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