Louisville Divorce Attorney

Few legal issues hit as close to home as those involving family law. At the Campisano Law Office in Louisville, we have more than 25 years of experience guiding families and individuals through matters involving:

  • Divorce
    • Contested and uncontested
  • Separation issues
  • Child custody and visitation
  • Child support
  • Guardianship matters
  • Property division
  • Debt division
  • Paternity rights
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
  • Spousal support

Divorce in Kentucky

The state of Kentucky is a no-fault divorce state, meaning that couples seeking a divorce do not have to prove fault in order to obtain a divorce. Individuals filing for a Kentucky divorce are required to have resided in or been stationed in the state as a member of the armed services for a minimum of 180 days prior to filing the petition for divorce. If you are the filing spouse, it is usually best to file in the county in which you reside. A knowledgeable Louisville divorce attorney like Frank Campisano at the Campisano Law Office can help ensure your contested or uncontested divorce proceeds smoothly.

Child custody and support

Whether you and your partner are divorced, separated or have never resided together, finding a custody agreement that works for both of you — and your child — can be challenging. At the Campisano Law Office, we understand how important it is for your child to maintain regular contact with both parents, so we work hard to obtain a child custody and visitation agreement that protects your time and relationship with your child.

Child support

The courts in Kentucky consider several factors when determining child support:

  • Number of children requiring support
  • Gross monthly income of both parents
  • Amount of alimony and child support paid by the non-custodial parent as a result of a previous marriage
  • Amount of alimony and child support paid by the custodial parent from a prior marriage
  • Cost of daycare
  • Cost of health insurance

It is important to remember that child support agreements are not set in stone. If one parent's finances change dramatically, the amount of child support may be reduced or increased. Likewise, if a change occurs such as the child no longer attending daycare, child support may be adjusted to reflect this.

Contact the Campisano Law Office today

When it really counts, you need an attorney you can trust — a skilled litigator who has the knowledge and experience to guide you through your Louisville family law matter. Call the Campisano Law Office at 502.220.4329 or contact us online to discuss your legal issue.

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The Campisano Law Office
436 South 7th Street, Suite 200
Louisville, KY 40203-1966

The Campisano Law Office
436 South 7th Street
Louisville, KY, 40203 USA