When making decisions regarding child custody, courts in Kentucky and nationwide are obligated to find a solution that is in the child's best interests.
When you're getting divorced, you're likely going to experience a lot of emotions. You may struggle with anger, frustration or even hopelessness. Being separated from your children may be the hardest part. If your former spouse requested custody during the divorce proceedings, you might only be seeing your kids one night a week and every other weekend. Unless you are proactive and seek full or partial custody, that arrangement will likely continue after the divorce is finalized.
Multi-vehicle accidents, also known as pileup crashes, cause a number of serious problems. As a parent who has recently been in a crash and who now has an injured child, you probably already know some of these issues. First, since multiple vehicles are hit, the roadway stays blocked off until the area clears out. Second, multiple victims may require help, but emergency teams could have trouble reaching them.