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IPO was Not Voidable Simply Because Family Court Failed to set Timely Hearing

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On appeal, the appellant argued the IPO entered by the family court was voidable because the family court lost jurisdiction over the case when it failed to set a hearing within 14 days. The Kentucky Court of Appeals held, although the family court clearly failed to follow the statute, the appellant was not harmed by the 21-day continuance. Affirmed.

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