January 2018 Archives

Grandparent visitation in Kentucky

A divorce severs the legal relationship between two people who were joined in marriage. It does not, however, sever the parties' responsibilities to their children when they choose to end their relationship. In fact, parents who divorce are tasked with committing to custodial and visitation schedules that serve their children's best interests.

What to know about stalking allegations

An accusation of stalking may or may not come as a surprise to you, but now you find yourself in need of defense. Before you step into a courtroom, however, there are a few things you may want to know about what Kentucky's laws say about stalking.

What are my rights as a bicycle accident victim?

Riding a bicycle is a pleasure that many Kentucky residents enjoy. While some take to their bikes for their daily commutes, others save cycling for their leisure and exercise time. Being out on the road and experiencing nature can be a thrill for those who love this two-wheeled mode of transportation, but, unfortunately, when bicycles and vehicles come into contact, damaging collisions can result.

Different business structures exist for different purposes

Starting a business can be a big endeavor for a Danville resident and it is important that they open their new entity with the best possible business plan in place. Business planning can begin even before a person knows exactly what their business will achieve and should involve a careful assessment of the business structures they may implement before they open their entities' doors.

Seeking damages may support your personal injury recovery

Many Kentucky residents take pride in what they are able to accomplish for themselves and for their families. They may work hard to earn the income that their loved ones rely on to put food on the table and a roof over their heads. When challenges arise and individuals are not able to perform their jobs and secure the pay their families need to get by, it can be difficult for individuals to know how to proceed.

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