Children often worry about what’s going to change in their life when they’re going through a divorce between their parents. While there will certainly be some changes, the children’s extracurricular activities shouldn’t have to change. Coming up with a plan with your...
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3 reasons to fight hard over child custody
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Feb 14, 2023 | Child Custody
You might have heard advice about how you should try to negotiate your divorce or seek compromise, especially when children are involved. There are situations where that is appropriate, but sometimes fighting tooth and nail for custody is crucial. Here are some of...
Does fault matter in divorce cases?
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Jan 27, 2023 | Child Custody
There was once a time when fault was very important to divorce cases, and the court would decide if they were going to grant the divorce or not. But modern divorce laws are much different than they used to be, and Kentucky – along with many other states – uses...
Can your child choose to live only with your ex?
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Jan 13, 2023 | Child Custody
As you go through a divorce, you begin to become worried that you are not going to get the custody time that you want with your child. Your goal is to share custody with your ex. Your ex’s goal, on the other hand, is to have sole custody of your child so that they...
Is your ex turning your child against you?
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Nov 18, 2022 | Child Custody
The end of your relationship took a sour turn and unfortunately it looks like the divorce isn’t going to be any easier. Your spouse is entering the process with the mindsight of hurting you rather than finding solutions. This is especially problematic because you...
How can you fight back when your ex cancels your parenting time?
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Nov 16, 2022 | Child Custody
For most divorce couples in Kentucky, sharing custody will be the natural consequence of the end of their marriage. A judge will order both parents to cooperate with one another regarding the needs of the children. The courts will create or at least approve the...
Why establishing paternity is crucial
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Oct 19, 2022 | Child Custody
When you establish paternity, the law recognizes you as a parent to your child. Being the legally recognized father of your children has various advantages for you and your family. Establishing paternity goes beyond the biological relationship you have with your...
Dealing with a toxic ex-spouse during custody hearings
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Sep 18, 2022 | Child Custody
Going through a child custody battle is never easy, but it can be challenging when your ex-spouse is toxic. They might try to make your life miserable during the hearings or even after the decision is made. What can you do to deal with this situation? Protecting...
When co-parents can’t see eye-to-eye on raising their child
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Aug 5, 2022 | Child Custody
Bringing up a youngster in today’s ultra-complex, ever-evolving world is problematic under the very best circumstances. However, when co-parents are attempting to raise their child amidst the painful emotions touched off by their split, it gets challenging. Maybe the...
2 reasons courts prefer shared parenting
On Behalf of Burbank & Collins, P.S.C. | Jul 26, 2022 | Child Custody
If you're interested in seeking sole custody of your child, it's going to be a difficult path. Generally speaking, the courts will only do this in extreme cases. If there's evidence of abuse, for instance, sole custody may be used. But it's not going to be granted...
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