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A brief history of Family Court
Although Family Court in the U.S. has its roots in efforts in the late 1800s to deal with juvenile crime, it took until the 1960s for it to start looking like the Family Court we know today.
Kentucky Family Court
Kentucky's Family Court is a special division of the state judicial system that handles divorce, child custody, juvenile and other family-related court cases.
Collaborative Divorce in Kentucky
Collaborative Divorce is not as popular in Kentucky as other states, but still very much an option. There are plenty of Kentucky Family Law attorneys who are experienced in Collaborative Divorce.
How child custody works in Virginia
In Virginia child custody is determined by a parenting plan that assigns physical custody, responsibility for making significant decisions, and child support.
How child custody works in West Virginia
In West Virginia child custody is determined by a parenting plan that assigns physical custody, responsibility for making significant decisions, and child support.
How child custody works in Tennessee
In Tennessee child custody is determined by a parenting plan that assigns physical custody, responsibility for making significant decisions, and child support.
How to get divorced in Wyoming
Wyoming is a no-fault state. First file in court, then draft an agreement with your spouse (uncontested) or go to court if the divorce is contested.
Detailed guides for all U.S. states
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3StepDivorce vs CompleteCase.com
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