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Dealing with the complex and emotionally charged issues associated with divorce can be difficult. Hiring an attorney who will aggressively pursue your interests while compassionately guiding you through the dissolution of a marriage is essential. At The Law Office of Jessica Fox Flinn, PLLC, we can help you understand all of the issues involved in a divorce and assist you in making the best decision for your family during this challenging time..


Individualized Divorce Services

We recognize that every divorce is different. While many of the issues are similar, child custody, child support, property division, and spousal maintenance, resolutions of these matters vary widely from one case to another. We work closely with each client to understand the issues involved in the divorce, what is important to the client, and if possible, to develop a settlement that allows the client to move forward.
While we strive to work out divorce settlements, we understand that issues such as child custody, alimony, and property division, can be intractable between contentious parties. When divorce litigation is necessary, Jessica Flinn has the skill and experience to effectively represent our clients' interests in court.
The Law Office of Jessica Fox Flinn, PLLC knows that facing the dissolution of a family and other legal issues can be confusing and frustrating. You need a lawyer who can explain the process and advocate aggressively on your behalf. The emotional and financial stresses that accompany legal matters, especially divorce, can become overwhelming. Searching for representation that you are comfortable with can prove to be very difficult. Nonetheless, choosing the right attorney is one of the most important decisions you will have to make about your case. If you need representation from a caring and trustworthy attorney, please contact Jessica Flinn at 270-226-1103 for a consultation.

Family Law: Frequently Asked Questions

In Kentucky, do I have to prove my spouse is at fault in order to get divorced?

By statute, Kentucky is a “no-fault” divorce state. This means that either spouse may request a divorce by proving to the court that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.” As a result, in seeking a divorce you do not have to prove that your spouse has committed adultery, domestic violence, spousal abuse or otherwise acted in a way justifying dissolution of the marriage. Before the Judge can dissolve your marriage, all he or she must know that you or you and your spouse believe the marriage is irretrievably broken.

Fault will also not play a part in the division of marital property. In most cases, unless children are involved, the Judge could not care less why you want a divorce. And when children are involved, the Judge will only want or need to know if the children are being negatively affected.

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