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Kentucky Separation Agreement

A Kentucky separation agreement is a legal document that governs how spouses may live separately without going through a legal divorce. The agreement covers child support, visitation, division of property, and other relevant matters. Separation agreements can later be converted into divorce decrees if the couple wants or voided entirely if they reconcile.
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Is a Separation Agreement Legal in Kentucky?

Yes, couples can agree to legally separate and ask a court to issue a decree of legal separation.[1]

Legal Separation Requirements

  • Filing Fee: Varies by county; in Fayette County, for example, it is $214
  • Residency: At least one of the spouses must have been a resident of the state for the 180 days prior to filing.[2]
  • Where to File: With the circuit court in the county where one of the spouses is residing.

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