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Posted by Jason Rapp | Mar 30, 2020 | 0 Comments

So let's say in Kentucky that you are already operating under a timesharing agreement in your custody or divorce matter.  How does the current coronavirus pandemic affect that?  Attached is a current order from the Supreme Court of Kentucky with how these matters are to be handled.  In the event of any issues, you should still consult with an attorney.  Even with the court suspending much of its standard docket work, custody and divorce actions can still be filed and worked on.  Issues in existing cases, or even new issues in cases previously finalized, can still be addressed.  Resolutions can be reached. 

As a Lexington, Kentucky attorney with over twenty years of experience all over the state in cusotdy, divorce, timesharing and child support matters (generally referred to as "Family Law"), I can certainly help.  I hope this general order is helpful to you as well.

 Jason Rapp

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Jason Rapp

Jason Rapp was born and raised in the greater Philadelphia area.  From 1991 to 1995, he attended college at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC where he graduated with a B.A. in History.  He chose to attend law school at the University of Kentucky and graduated from there in 1998.  Jason ...


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