When a marriage is irretrievably broken, filing a petition for dissolution is the next step towards the future apart.
Every situation is unique. No two divorces are alike and each couple experiences the Kentucky divorce process differently. While some divorces are relatively simple, others are far more complex and require a lot of time to bring to a final hearing. We are always happy to discuss your situation confidentially to determine what will be involved to accomplish your goals.
Generally speaking, to file for divorce in a Kentucky Family Court, you must:
While these are very general steps in the divorce process, Kentucky law specifically requires that you follow certain timelines when filing a petition for dissolution and prior to the finalization of your divorce. We are happy to help you navigate the divorce process and protect your interests throughout the process. Emotions run high during a divorce and our goal is to maintain communication, treat you with compassion and empathy, and ensure that you achieve an equitable distribution of property.
When filing a petition for dissolution involving minor children, Custody and Parenting Time becomes a pivotal part of the process.
If you would like to discuss the Kentucky divorce process, we are ready and happy to assist.
Woods Law, PLLC
909 Wright's Summit Pkwy, Ste. 200 | Fort Wright, Kentucky 41011