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Covid 19 presents challenge and opportunity for marriages

Lexington, Ky (WTVQ)-- Most lawyers and therapists would advise divorce as a last option, but during the pandemic divorce lawyers are fielding calls every...

Divorce cases could rise amid pandemic

Love is patient, love is kind, you probably know the rest, of course that doesn't necessarily account for a world pandemic.

Shatner’s ex gets Woodford County home

Star Trek actor gets horse-breeding equipment in divorce.

Brad Pitt says he has given Jolie Pitt millions since split

Brad Pitt says he has given estranged wife Angelina Jolie Pitt $1.3 million and lent her another $8 million since their separation two years ago.

Dakota Meyer and Bristol Palin call it quits

Dakota Meyer and Bristol Palin ending their marriage after a little over a year.

Senate OK’s bill to relieve victims of abusers’ legal fees

The Kentucky Senate has voted to change an obscure law that now requires victims of domestic violence to pay all divorce-case legal fees when their abusive spouses are jailed.

Family Court Judge Reprimanded for Handling of Divorce Cases

A family court judge in Lexington has been reprimanded for requiring divorcing couples with children to participate in special hearings to determine if their marriages are really irretrievably broken.

Court Says Mentally Incompetent Ky. Man Cannot Seek Divorce

The Kentucky Supreme Court says a man who has been declared mentally incompetent by the courts cannot file for divorce.

Unusual request for divorce at the heart of Kentucky case

Elmer Riehle doesn't want to wait "until death do us part," but he may not have a choice.Divorce

Ky. judge grants divorce to same-sex couple

A judge in Kentucky has granted a divorce to a same-sex couple despite the fact the state doesn't recognize gay marriage.

New Beginnings Support Workshop

Divorce, separation, breakup — the end of a relationship can be one of the most trying periods you will ever have to endure.

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FCPS seeks AG opinion on board chair’s potential conflict of interest

Fayette County Public Schools wants to know if board chair Tyler Murphy now has a conflict of interest after being elected to a national teachers group's board of directors.

Kentucky Volleyball fights past Washington into NCAA Title Match

OMAHA, Neb. (UK Athletics) – The No. 2 Kentucky Volleyball team defeated the No. 6 Washington Huskies 3-1 (25-18, 23-25, 25-23, 25-17) on Thursday...

Former Basketball Cat Terrence Clarke killed in car crash

The 19-year old declared for the NBA Draft last month after an injury plagued freshman season.

Northbound travel on Brent Spence Bridge down to one lane

Travel will be down to one lane on the bridge through the weekend, according to the state.