You may file for divorce at any time, but you and your spouse must be separated for at least 60 days before the final divorce decree can be entered. You should check with your local court clerk’s office to find out your county's exact fee.
How does the Court decide which parent should get custody of the children?
Generally, in Kentucky, couples with children of the marriage have to wait at least 60 days and attend Families in Transition before they can file their final papers.
The court can issue temporary orders as soon as the divorce is filed, but the actual divorce and final orders cannot be done until 60 days have passed since the date the divorce was filed.
Either you or your spouse must be a resident of Kentucky for six months, or 180 days, before you file for divorce, and be a resident of the county in which you are filing before you can file for divorce.
How long do the husband and wife have to be separated before they can get a divorce? You usually have to pay this fee in cash or by certified check or money order.
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