In Kentucky, the court can award attorney’s fees at the beginning, middle, or end of a divorce case where there is a disparity between the financial assets of the parties. Therefore, if you are earning substantially less than your spouse, you could be entitled to have the other party pay all or a portion of your reasonable attorney’s fees. On the other hand, if you earn significantly more than your spouse, then you are at risk of being ordered to pay attorney’s fees for your spouse, in addition to paying your own attorney’s fees.
At Craddock Law, PLLC, the firm will guide you through your options for paying for your attorney’s fees, including requesting payment from the other party or minimizing the risk that you be required to pay the other party attorney’s fees.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment. Paying for a divorce can be overwhelming; however, Craddock Law, PLLC will work with you so that you are not limited to the legal representation available to you for your case.