“People didn’t use to understand that it wasn’t really a social relationship for an adult – it is a power thing.I think people didn’t really understand it could be detrimental for a 16-year-old to be dating a 25-year-old.Below you can find a summary on Kentucky divorce laws, as well as various resources on divorce.You'll also find experienced divorce attorneys to handle your case, divorce papers and separation agreements if you and your spouse can work together and agree on everything, and different methods in which you can calculate child support based on your circumstances.By Madelynn Coldiron Staff Writer The number of reported cases of inappropriate relationships between a teacher and a student skyrocketed last year in Kentucky schools, with sexually related instances rising to 45 by the end of November, compared with 25 in 2010.Several more cases were expected to be added to the 2011 figure.
Besides the legal requirement to report these cases, there has been a cultural shift, she said.
While questions have been raised about why advocates would oppose a law that appears, on its surface, to provide protections to domestic violence victims, KCADV believes that eliminating the reporting requirement for “spouses” and replacing it with a mandatory information and referral requirement for all victims of domestic violence and dating violence, will increase survivors’ awareness of services while preserving their ability to control their own lives.
When the mandatory domestic violence reporting law was adopted more than 40 years ago, Kentucky’s landscape was very different.
Parents are shown how ongoing conflict harms their children and how they can co-parent more effectively.
Kentucky Divorce Statutes - Title 35 - Chapter: 403 Divorce residency requirement and which court to file in: At least one of the spouses needs to have resided in Kentucky (or be stationed in the state while in the military) for at least 180 before filing a petition with the Circuit Court for dissolution or legal separation.
Grounds for divorce: The only recognized cause for divorce in Kentucky is the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage with no reasonable possibility of reconciliation.