As a parent, one of our most common fears is whether we will be able to financially support our children. And, as the cost of raising a child continues to increase, being forced to raise a child on your own can be nearly impossible. This is why we work with our clients to get the help that they deserve.
In Kentucky, child support is determined by the Commonwealth of Kentucky Child Support Guidelines, unless the parties agree otherwise. To understand the basics of child support in Kentucky, we often provide our clients with these Guidelines (KRS 403.212). While deviations from these Guidelines can occur, most of our client's concerns regarding the establishment of child support can best be understood by reviewing these Guidelines with their attorney.
If you need help establishing child support, contact us to schedule a free consultation.
Modification of existing orders or agreements can be complex. As time goes on, many initial agreements lose its relevancy.
Both contested divorces and uncontested divorces can be stressful. However, most divorces do not go to trial and many can be settled prior to filing for divorce.
Children represent a major part of our life. Since 2018, Kentucky has a rebuttable presumption for joint custody and equal timesharing.
More and more couples are filing for divorce without hiring an attorney. Consulting allows for the same level of guidance without the typical costs of an attorney.
Raising a child can be extremely expensive. You shouldn't have to shoulder the burden alone.