Category Archives: Child support

Family Law and Bankruptcy Jurisdictional Intersection

You see, the divorce decree created an obligation between the ex-husband and ex-wife even though a third party was the direct creditor…. Continue reading

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Legal Separation v Divorce

One would be hard pressed to find an attorney in Kentucky who would bring up, much less advocate, the use of legal separation over that of a dissolution of marriage (divorce) in situations where… Continue reading

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Reducing the Expense in Legal Separation or Divorce

For this service as scrivener, I am able to charge my lowest possible flat rate that includes a consultation and preparation of the documents… Continue reading

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People Ask: “I never get to see my child, do I have to pay support?”

Do I have to pay child support if I don’t have custody or get to see my child? This is a common question I hear and the answer is … Continue reading

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Welcome our Newest Attorney: Matthew D. Henderosn

Troutman & Napier, PLLC is expanding services with the addition of our new associate attorney, Matthew D. Henderson. Continue reading

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Keeping the House

One of the most common desires divorcing couples who have children express is for one of them to keep the marital residence. Understandably, there is a strong emotional attachment to a home, especially one that is owned. The desire to keep that home is…. Continue reading

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Hidden Issues in Child Support 1

An opposing attorney may tell you, if you are not represented by a lawyer in a divorce action, that child support is very cut and dried and the amount they are proposing is determined by statute. This is a partially true statement. It is determined by statute and in the realm of things, it is indeed cut and dried in comparison to other legal matters. However, … Continue reading

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