VAWA Protects VAWA is a law that protects survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking from discrimination by certain federally funded housing providers. These protections apply even if you don't qualify for protection under Kentucky law (ie. do not have a protective order).
Kentucky Law Protects Kentucky Law (KRS 383.300) protects survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking who have protective orders AND entered into or renewed a lease on or after June 29, 2017.
It can be very stressful when you owe debts that you can’t pay. However, there are laws that protect you and some of your property from your creditors. Bankruptcy is a federal court process to help people get a fresh financial start. It works by getting rid of debt they can’t manage or making arrangements to repay unmanageable debt. This is called “discharging debt.” The person filing for bankruptcy is called the ‘debtor’ and the people or businesses owed money to are called ‘creditors.’
YOU KNOW APPALRED LEGAL AID HELPS WITH FAMILY LAW CASES LIKE PROTECTIVE ORDERS, DIVORCES, AND CUSTODY DID YOU KNOW WE ALSO HELP WITH: PUBLIC BENEFITS