Strode v. Poe

Order on Custody, Visitation and Child Support


I represented a young single mother, whose baby was only a few months old when the father tried to take custody away from her for no good reason, mainly because they broke up. In the end, his attorney agreed that the guy could not take care of the child on a full time basis and also agreed that dad would pay child support. It was a good day for my client and that precious little girl.

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 6th Circuit, Kentucky | United States

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