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Divorcing in Kentucky: Get Prepared

Divorcing is not something most people want to do. They may feel that they’ve let down their spouse or that they’ve let themselves down because of not wanting to stay in the relationship. Still, if your marriage isn’t working out the way you’d hoped, divorce could be the right answer.
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Kentucky State Employee Faces DUI, Other Charges

A Kentucky state employee is facing driving under the influence (DUI) charges after her recent arrest. The 58-year-old woman, who is a supervisor in the department that works with juveniles in the court system, was spotted by a state trooper, allegedly driving erratically in the Henderson area.
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Prepare for The Emotional Toll of Divorce

Divorce is a huge life change that comes with many emotions even for those who want the split to happen. Dealing with these can be almost as difficult as trying to work through the legal matter.
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Don’t Let Prom Be a Night of Dangerous Driving

It’s prom season in the spring, and the reality is that many of the teens that are going to be driving may not make great decisions before getting behind the wheel. They’re new to driving and young enough that mistakes will happen.
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3 Small Red Flags that Could Still Lead to Divorce

If you and your spouse have not talked about divorce yet, it’s still possible to know when it’s coming. You can watch out for red flags in your relationship that match up with experiences others have had prior to divorce.
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Why You Want to Defend Against Your First Kentucky DUI Charge

Common misconceptions about the legal system can lead people to make problematic decisions when they find themselves in a tough position, such as facing criminal charges due to a traffic stop. Quite a few people believe that a first-time offense of any kind will receive minimal penalties if they plead guilty, provided it was not a violent crime or one that resulted in injury or death to another a person.
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It’s a chilly time of year in Kentucky, and that means that the roads are going to be a little slicker than usual. While widely traveled highways like I-75 may not have many issues in term of slick surfaces, the back roads are a completely different situation.
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There’s a Divorce Waiting Period for Childless Kentucky Couples

Divorce laws are different in every state, which can lead to a lot of confusion for a person who wants to end their marriage. In many states, only couples with minor children have a formal waiting period. However, Kentucky requires that any couple considering divorce undergo a separation prior to the finalization of their divorce.
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