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Anybody in Kentucky???
« on: Sep 26, 2013, 03:13:14 PM »
Fellow-on-line friend got told he can't file for a divorce pro se because there is a child involved in Kentucky.


Of course -- makes no sense to me.


Mom doesn't have to have an attorney.


Mom ran off with child to NY....and yep, dad hasn't see child.


Ideas for information and help?


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Re: Anybody in Kentucky???
« Reply #1 on: Oct 09, 2014, 02:45:10 PM »
This is from a county web site in Kentucky. I was not allowed to post links. Try legal aid site -pro-bono in KY


A self-help packet of forms necessary to file for a divorce is available in the Family Court Division and at the driver’s licenses branches for $10. Packets are available for marriages with or without children.

The filing fee for divorce actions is $148 for parties who are not represented by attorneys and $153 for divorces filed by attorneys on behalf of the parties. If you are representing yourself in your divorce action or if are represented by Legal Aid or a pro bono attorney and believe that you qualify as indigent, you may file a motion to proceed “in forma pauperis,” which allows the filing fee to be waived. Each court makes its own determination of whether a party is indigent. The court generally considers factors such as income, expenses, number of people you support and whether you own an automobile or any property.

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Re: Anybody in Kentucky???
« Reply #2 on: Oct 09, 2014, 02:50:52 PM »
correction-- wrong site try ky justice .org

 

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