On behalf of Musselwhite, Meinhart & Staples posted in family law on Thursday, March 15, 2018.
Going through a divorce is difficult. Going through a divorce when children are involved is usually even more challenging. Parents often struggle to agree on the parenting time issue. Here is what Kentucky family law has to say on the matter.
There are a couple of custody or parenting time options available to Kentucky parents. The court will look at a number of factors to determine if visitation is deemed appropriate.
The most frequent division of custody is joint joint or shared parenting time. This is where each parent is given a certain amount of time with their children and equal decision making.
Kentucky family law, in regard to parenting time, is all about what best serves the affected children. Every case will be different, as every familial situation is unique. An experienced attorney can help parents get through the divorce process with a parenting time agreement that is ideal for their situation.
Source: FindLaw, “Kentucky Child Custody Laws“, Accessed on March 8, 2018