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Divorcing the Spouse with Borderline Personality Disorder

Posted by Jason Rapp | Nov 07, 2019 | 0 Comments

It may have been months, but it has probably been years.  You feel like you are on this roller coaster where the ride not only has its ups and downs, but the tracks feel like they are not secured properly.  Counseling started and just as quickly stopped.  You are loved and just as quickly loathed...

Contempt of Court: What Does it Really Mean?

Posted by Jason Rapp | Oct 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

I get quite a few calls about the issue of contempt.  Several of these have been from colleagues who are aware that I have handled contempt matters through the Kentucky Court of Appeals.  Contempt may come up in a variety of circumstances.  The typical scenario is when a person is not following a...

Grandparents' Rights/Grandparent Visitation

Posted by Jason Rapp | Oct 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

I get many calls concerning the issue of, what the caller labels as, “grandparents' rights.”  Since I receive numerous calls on this issue, it lets me know that there are both concerned grandparents out there who feel shut off from their grandchildren's lives as well as parents who feel like they...

Beginning the Process: General Divorce Information

Posted by Jason Rapp | Oct 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Uncontested Versus Contested Divorce So, what is the difference between an contested and uncontested divorce? The words seem simple enough, but leave it to the law to throw in a twist. You see, it has nothing to do with one person wanting a divorce and the other not. What it has to do with is w...

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