DIVORCE & CUSTODY
Our divorce attorney has been trained as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) and has worked too many divorce cases to count. The difference between Morrin Law Office and other firms is that we provide practical advice with the goal of maximizing client satisfaction by saving clients money and time while still accomplishing their goals. We advise clients with the rest of their lives in mind. If you need to co-parent with someone, then why make the rest of your interactions with that person miserable because you wanted to get unnecessarily nasty in the divorce process? We will protect your legal rights, but we insist on protecting your future well-being as well.
"Divorce is fairly common these days, and I think many times people disregard the emotional impact that divorce has on a couple and a family, because it happens so frequently."
If you are able to agree on property distribution, custody, visitation, and child support, then we will keep you out of court and secure your divorce ASAP without costing you an arm and a leg.
If nothing works and no agreement can be had, do not worry. We will work hard to push your divorce forward even if your spouse is resisting or cannot be found.
Almost nothing is more important than time with your children. We understand how to protect your parental rights and your time with your child. Whether custody needs to be established initially or if it needs to be modified, we've got your back.
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General Information about Divorce in KY
What People Are Saying
"Morrin Law Office handled my divorce fast and efficiently. They were able to save me money and help me and my wife to reach an agreement. They were very professional and I am very pleased with the service they provided to me." -N. C.
"I have been at the Madison County Hall of Justice entrance since the doors opened for District Court. I have watched and met every lawyer that walks through those doors and none handles himself better or more professionally than Mr. Morrin." -B. S.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to get divorced in Kentucky?
If uncontested and with no children from the marriage, 2-3 months as long as the court is not backed up.
If uncontested with children, then 3-4 months.
If contested, then it could take a long time, but generally speaking 6 months-1 year.