Divorce Lawyer in Lexington, KY

Successfully Navigating the Divorce Process

There’s no manual for going through a divorce, and as the stakes grow higher, marital splits become harder to navigate successfully. Relationships can quickly devolve into tooth-and-nail conflicts as the disposition of valuable property, child custody and other matters come into play.

It’s not always easy for couples to disengage themselves from their emotions and make vital decisions. That is why legal representation is key. At Fowler Bell PLLC, we offer knowledgeable counsel and resolute representation that you can depend on. Contact our divorce attorney today to schedule your consultation.

Our Divorce Services

We are well-versed in the following divorce-related issues:

  • Property distribution/division
  • Retirement account division
  • Spousal support orders
  • Child custody and timesharing
  • Child support

The Benefits of Negotiating a Separation Agreement

If you and your spouse simply can’t come to terms, the court will make the decisions on your behalf. The solutions the courts devise, however, are often far from ideal. After all, the judge doesn’t really know you, your family or the unique dynamics of your situation.

You deserve the assistance of a lawyer whose primary concern is protecting your interests. Our law firm can help you craft a separation agreement that distributes the marital assets as equitably as possible while letting you retain control over the outcome.

In a divorce, determining how the separation will occur makes up a major part of common disagreements. It’s only natural to look out for your best interests following a divorce. With qualified legal assistance, you can better present your case for an agreement that fits your needs.

Our attorney is skilled at finding creative, sound solutions for our clients and their former spouse.

Divorce in Kentucky - What You Should Know

In Kentucky, as in most places, most divorces are uncontested. This means that the divorce is a relatively smooth process that is settled without reaching a court. Kentucky has “no-fault” divorce, meaning neither spouse has to prove wrongdoing of the other to be granted the divorce. 

However, if the divorce is complex and both sides cannot agree on the terms, the divorce may go to court.

Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce

No, Kentucky divorces are not granted based on fault. The court need only find that the marriage is broken and can not be rehabilitated.

You may file for divorce if you or your spouse have been a resident of Kentucky for at least 180 days. Additionally, you must be a resident of the county in which you plan to file.

In Kentucky, the parties filing for divorce must be separated for at least 60 days before the full divorce may be granted. Here, “separated” simply means you do not live in the same residence.

Every divorce is different, so we won’t be able to make any predictions before we begin your case. Divorce pricing is highly dependent on the nature of your specific divorce process.

Over 90% of divorces in Kentucky are handled outside of court. You may need to go to court if your case does not settle.

Divorce complaints can be served through certified mail or by the county sheriff if needed.

 

 

What to Expect from Our Divorce Services

As we work on your divorce case, you can expect a blend of compassionate service and expert legal acumen. We know how stressful these cases can be, so we lean on experience to navigate clients through their process. 

Once you contact our team, we will discuss the details of your case and ensure we are a good fit for your needs. From there, we can help you with everything from filing for divorce to entry of divorce decree. 

Our Divorce Lawyer

Contact Us Today - We Are Ready to Guide You to a Better Future

Going through a divorce should never be a dubious venture. Let Fowler Bell PLLC guide you through the complexities. Whether through mediation, negotiation, or litigation, we will protect your rights. Call attorney Susan Kennedy at 859-252-6700 or contact her by email, today.

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