In a divorce, Kentucky law requires that property be divided “in just proportions” or equitably. Equitably may or may not be evenly. When dividing a home that one of the parties owned before the marriage Brandenburg v. Brandenburg, 617 S.W.2d 871 (Ky. Ct. App. 1981) is the Kentucky case on point. The Brandenburg Court stated.
WHERE ARE THE KENTUCKY CHILD SUPPORT LAWS? In the state of Kentucky child support is statutory. Kentucky Revised Statutes (KRS) 403.211 and 403.212 regulate child support. You will need the table in KRS 403.212 to calculate your child support. Here is a link to KRS chapter 403: http://lrc.ky.gov/KRS/403-00/CHAPTER.HTM To determine child support you will also.