According to the website divorcestatistics.org, 49% of marriages in the United States will eventually end in divorce, and 40% of those marriages include couples with minor children. There are several factors that can contribute to the demise of a marriage. Kentucky is a no fault state and will allow either party to petition the court for dissolution of the marriage if they meet the residency requirements. No fault divorce means that irreconcilable differences is the only basis for divorce in Kentucky and one party cannot prevent the other party from obtaining a divorce. The non-cooperative party may prolong the divorce and may delay imposition of personal obligations via court order, however, the court is able to grant a dissolution of the marriage, while reserving other issues for a later time.
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Denise Brown’s Legal Direction has been providing outstanding Louisville divorce advice to clients and families in Kentucky for over twenty eight years. She can help with common divorce and family law issues, which include the following:
Her knowledgeable law firm provides the divorce advice you need most, at exactly the time you need it. Denise Brown offers free initial consultations. She has a flexible schedule and is able to meet with you after hours and on weekends by appointment. Denise Brown wants to provide the crucial information needed to make good decisions, because such decisions will lead the affected families in new and positive directions. Resolving your family crisis is Denise Brown's top priority.
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