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Ending a Marriage, Beginning a New Life

Divorce, or dissolution of marriage, can be a complex process that often cannot be resolved overnight, but instead can take time and patience to see to completion. In these circumstances, it is in your best interests to seek help from a skilled family law attorney.

I am Louisville divorce attorney Todd Bolus. I offer quality representation to clients who are entering into a divorce. With more than 20 years of experience in family law and divorce, I am fully prepared to assist with even the most complex situations. For efficient, measured representation in helping you resolve your legal issues, call me. I am very responsive and will reply to phone and email messages promptly.

Addressing Your Specific Issues

As a knowledgeable Louisville divorce attorney, I can provide you with guidance in all aspects of your divorce, including matters related to the following:

As a Louisville divorce lawyer, I embrace a calm, rational approach to my legal practice. I provide my clients with straightforward advice and help them find sustainable solutions to their legal issues. I take pride in always being the calmest person in the room, taking a measured approach to advocating for my clients in negotiation and litigation. If your dispute cannot be resolved through negotiation, I am fully prepared to be a skilled advocate for you in court.

Understanding Divorce Laws in Kentucky

Below, I have highlighted some of the laws that detail the necessary requirements for divorce in Kentucky:

  • One spouse must be a resident of the state of Kentucky (or stationed at one of the military bases in Kentucky) and have been living continuously in the state for 180 days prior to filing.
  • The couple must have been living apart for at least 60 days and not be cohabitating, otherwise, divorce cannot be granted.
  • Kentucky is a "no-fault" state, which means one or the other spouse can file for divorce without proving fault. Reasons most commonly filed include "irreconcilable differences" or the marriage has experienced "irreparable breakdown."
  • The court fees for filing for divorce are estimated at around $113, which must be paid at the time of filing.
  • The courts may be able to grant a divorce decree after one year following legal separation.

As these are merely guidelines of the laws, it is important that you discuss your divorce case in detail with an experienced Kentucky divorce attorney. Be sure to get in touch with my firm, the Law Office of Todd K. Bolus, to know precisely what your rights are.

Schedule Your Consultation with a Skilled Divorce Lawyer in Louisville

To schedule an initial consultation with me to discuss your situation, contact me, Todd Bolus, at (502) 272-9596.

Why Turn to the Law Office of Todd K. Bolus, PLLC?

  • Over 25 Years of
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