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Kentucky Divorce Mediation, Counseling and Parenting Classes
Kentucky Divorce Mediation:
Kentucky does not provide for mandatory mediation.
Kentucky Marriage Counseling:
If one of the parties denies that the marriage is irretrievably broken, the court may continue the case for no fewer than 30 days or no more than 60 days and suggest counseling. The court considers prospect of reconciliation, and then rules whether the marriage is irretrievably broken. At the request of either party or on its own, the court may order a conciliation conference. At an adjourned hearing the court makes a finding whether the marriage is irretrievably broken. [Kentucky Statutes; Title 35, Chapter 403.170].
Kentucky Parenting Class:
Attendance at a parenting class may be required. Parents and children (offered to children 5 to 17 although ages may vary by county) attend Families In Transition (FIT), which offers them a six-hour educational program about coping with the problems that result from divorce. The program helps parents respond appropriately to their children's divorce related concerns.
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