There are two types of custody Northern Kentucky: joint custody and sole custody.
- Joint custody allows both of the parting spouses to make decisions for the children.
- In the case of sole custody, only one of the parents become the sole decision maker.
A court also sets a parenting time schedule for the former spouses and evaluates conformity on a regular basis. The arrangement could result in the child residing primarily with one parent and spending time with the other on weekends. Or the court could split the parenting time equally between the parents. There is no preference given to a mother or a father with regard to deciding parenting times; each party gets equal consideration.
Kentucky Courts determine custody based on the best interests of the child. The court considers a number of factors, such as the children's involvement in school and community, the wishes of the child, and any instances of past abuse or neglect.
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The Northern Kentucky Child Custody Attorneys at The Brunk Law Firm, PLLC have experience in litigating difficult custody cases and applying the statutes that set forth the best interests of the child. In Kentucky, joint custody is almost always favored as opposed to sole custody. Regardless, the law dictates that the best interests of the child should be the determining factor in establishing child custody.
The Northern Kentucky Child Custody Attorneys at The Brunk Law Firm, PLLC are proficient at reaching commonsense solutions protecting both the best interests of the children and the relationship between divorcing spouses.
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Whether you are involved in a contested divorce, or a single parent trying to expand the time with your children, the Northern Kentucky Child Custody Attorneys at The Brunk Law Firm, PLLC take great care to help you address every issue relating to your children. This comprehensive approach is designed to help you create the most functional and healthy custody arrangement or parenting plan possible, in turn giving your family the best opportunity for a happy and healthy life.
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