Call Now To Schedule A Consultation! (812) 302-0539

Goldberg Simpson

General Blog

  • By: Justin Key
  • Published: February 26, 2015

Yesterday, on February 25, 2015, the first Family Court Forum of the year was held from 4 to 6pm in the jury pool assembly hall in downtown Louisville. As a follow up to our post before the election, here is the rundown of the current family court judges in Jefferson County (* - denotes new family court judge): Hon. Angela Johnson*…Read More

  • By: Justin Key
  • Published: October 27, 2014

With the election just over a week away, tune in to Louisville Metro TV (Channel 25 on TWC or channel 99 on Uverse) at any of the following times to hear the views of the various judicial candidates (who will fill the six open seats in family court) as they discuss domestic violence and related issues at a local forum:…Read More

  • By: Justin Key
  • Published: October 4, 2014

With the November election just around the corner, many people in Louisville and Jefferson County, Kentucky, are probably unaware of how a new divorce or custody case being filed with the family court clerk is assigned a division (and its corresponding Judge). Jefferson Family Court consists of ten (10) divisions, each with its own sitting Judge: Jefferson Family Court Division…Read More

  • By: Justin Key
  • Published: July 2, 2014

Mediation is a common way for disputes to be resolved outside of family court.  Most cases are ordered to mediation for no less than two (2) hours for the parties to a divorce or custody case to make a good faith attempt to resolve their issues before using court time and resources. Mediation provides more flexibility than court in most…Read More

  • By: Justin Key
  • Published: June 8, 2014

The deadline to submit feedback on legal forms that are used in Kentucky family law cases (including, but not limited to, divorces, custody and child support cases) is Thursday, July 31, 2014. That date is just after the Family Civil Rules Forms session at the Kentucky Bar Association Convention at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington on Wednesday, June…Read More

  • By: Justin Key
  • Published: May 25, 2014

One of the most common family law issues we encounter, particularly because our practice involves representing custodians in multiple counties and states, involves relocating with minor children. Sometimes only short geographical distances are involved, such as a parent moving across town in metro Louisville, or from Louisville to Oldham County or southern Indiana. Other cases involve parents wanting to move…Read More

Page 3 of 3:«123