Monthly Archives: September 2013

Child Support and Timeshare

A recent Supreme Court of Kentucky decisions, McFelia v McFelia, (August 29th, 2013) highlights the importance of establishing appropriate child support from the get-go in a divorce action. In this case, the father agreed to standard child support per…. Continue reading

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Child Support and Emancipation

Ordinarily, child support is ONLY modified if one party files a motion. And there is only a presumption of changing the child support if the new financial circumstances would cause a change of 15% increase or decrease in the amount paid. However, a recent Court of Appeals case, Seay v. Seay, 2012-CA-001786 (July 5th 2013) highlights one even that mandates a review of the child support regardless. The change can only date back to the date the motion was filed…. Continue reading

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