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Is it against the law to fraternize with co workers in the state of Kentucky and can it be used in court even after 4 years of knowledge.
There are no laws in any US state that prohibit, in blanket fashion, fraternization with coworkers. Many employers have policies prohibiting such fraternization. However, it is not unlawful.Some states do have laws prohibiting adultery. Kentucky used to have such a law (Ky.Rev.Stat. § 436.070). However, it was unfortunately repealed in 1974.That said, when a custodial parent isn't properly caring for children, when that parent is shirking parental duties and having the noncustodial parent pick up the slack, etc., the noncustodial parent may wish to seek a custody modification to have the order reflect the circumstances as they are and to modify physical custody to place the children with that parent.
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