December 8

Checks and Balances: Further Reflection on Governor Bevin’s Executive Order and the Kentucky Real Estate Authority

By Andrew C. Weeks & Michael F. Lawrence December 8, 2016 Governor Bevin’s Executive Order No. 2016-859 has created a glaring conflict between Kentucky’s legislative and executive branches of government. The new makeup of the four real estate boards affected are in direct violation of the Kentucky statutes that formed the boards. A quick refresher.

December 6

Governor Bevin Creates Kentucky Real Estate Authority to Consolidate Multiple Real Estate Boards

By Andrew C. Weeks & Michael F. Lawrence December 6, 2016 I. INTRODUCTION On December 1, 2016 Governor Matt Bevin issued Executive Order No. 2016-859. The Executive Order will have a lasting effect on Kentucky’s real estate industry by reorganizing four administrative bodies and creating the Kentucky Real Estate Authority. The changes are set to.

October 22

What To Expect During Your Kentucky Divorce

A Kentucky divorce with children involves 7 major steps. If your case is complex or goes to trial there may also be Discovery. If you need to do additional Discovery this really is its own step and should be started as soon as possible. Many of the steps can be completed simultaneously (i.e. you can.

October 22

DIVORCE LAW – KY Supreme Court Articulates Standards For Modifying Child’s Primary Residence

The Kentucky Supreme Court, in the recent case of Pennington v. Marcum, clearly defined custody and visitation and reaffirmed the requirements for modifying both custody and visitation, during and after a divorce decree. Custody is traditionally described as the care, control and maintenance of the children. Kentucky only recognizes two categories of custody; joint custody.