Kentucky Divorce Law and Uncontested Divorce Information




Kentucky Divorce Law and information should be easy to find, but when I got divorced, I found out it's hard to get through all the "junk" out there! So, I have worked to put together a site about it, so you can relax more, and work at the things that are most important to you.

The truth is, you can get the information about filing by calling your local courthouse or going there and copying the documents from the law library. Some counties and states will even give you blank forms, which you just fill out and send back to the courthouse with your fees. And public libraries usually have the information also.

If you are planning on a divorce in Kentucky, make sure you read about the differences between uncontested and contested divorce, grounds for divorce, and paperwork on this site using the SITEMAP. I know from going through this that most divorces turn into uncontested ones at the end, so why not consider it now. Save your sanity, save your money, and file as amicably as possible.

This page will give you many of the resources you need to file for your Kentucky divorce.

Online Divorce in Kentucky

First, you can compare these online legal document companies by reading the Online Divorce Reviews. Any divorce form company or legal document company I am recommending has a great BBB rating and a money back/satisfaction guarantee, plus each must contact the county courthouses for updated information about forms, so you will always receive updated forms.

Rocketlawyer is always one of my favorite recommendations, because you can buy a low-priced membership for $100, and take your time completing the documents yourself. You would also have any other legal documents you need, such as a new will, and name change, available to you within that membership.

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Legalzoom is available in Kentucky, and is one of my top choices for an online divorce in Kentucky. Of those I list here, Legalzoom is the only company that prepares the documents for you, for a flat rate, but it includes most of the other documents you will also need. A great pick!

US Legal Forms offers an inexpensive but reliable download, so you can start completing your own forms, but you would need to buy each document separately. They have good ratings, but I would usually recommend Rocketlawyer above US Legal because the separate prices for each document would add up quickly.

The only other company I would trust to do a good job on a Kentucky Divorce is 3StepDivorce, which offers a package at the same price as Legalzoom, but it's DIY. The cool thing is that they allow two payment plans, they offer a demo, and they include over 40 downloads of divorce information that is really valuable. And, they are available in every state.

Free Info about Kentucky Divorce Lawyers

The best way to get moving on topics that are troubling you, is to start asking questions to people who really understand your situation: Kentucky Divorce Lawyers would be the most reasonable people to ask about Kentucky Divorce Law, so use this link from Avvo, to find attorneys in your area, who can give you feedback directly into your email box. It's fast and easy, and every time I've used Avvo, I have been very pleasantly surprised at both the number and quality of good responses I've received.

Divorce Forums

Great, you are in the right place to access our totally free, password free, and login free divorce forums! It's an easy way to see what others will say about your specific situation concerning Kentucky divorce law, and find things you might have "missed" while you were thinking about a million things at once.

Just make sure you post your question under the appropriate heading, and wait for others to respond. Easy!

FREE Kentucky Child Support Info and Resources!

It is never too early to file for child support, so you can do that before you file your Kentucky divorce form and paperwork. Don't go without the benefits your child may need! The ACF is the main website for child support services, and you can access the Kentucky child support and information there, file online, and start receiving benefits (if that is approved).

LawHelp.org is a great free resource to help low to moderate income individuals with their divorce, and you can ask specific questions concerning Kentucky divorce law.

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