House Bill 155

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Last Action 04/15/24: recommitted to Judiciary (S)
Title AN ACT relating to disposition of property and declaring an emergency.
Bill Documents Current/Final
Introduced
Fiscal Impact Statements Actuarial Analysis
Additional Fiscal Impact Statements Exist
Bill Request Number 1225
Sponsors S. Dietz, J. Nemes, K. Banta, B. Chester-Burton, J. Decker, D. Elliott, DJ Johnson, K. Moser, R. Roarx, S. Sharp, P. Stevenson
Summary of Original Version Amend KRS 403.190 to state that criminal misconduct against the other spouse may be considered in the disposition of marital property; provide that a spouse who is convicted of committing a felony against the other spouse shall not be entitled to claim retirement or life insurance as marital property; EMERGENCY.
Index Headings of Original Version Crime Victims - Dissolution of marriage, felony against other spouse
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, felony against other spouse
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, insurance policy, felony against other spouse
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, retirement assets, felony against other spouse
Effective Dates, Emergency - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, felony against other spouse
Courts, Family - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, felony against other spouse
Courts, Family - Dissolution of marriage, retirement assets, felony against other spouse
Actuarial Analysis - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, felony against other spouse
Jump to Proposed Amendments House Committee Substitute 1 with Fiscal Impact Statements
House Floor Amendment 1
House Floor Amendment 2
House Floor Amendment 3
House Floor Amendment 4
Senate Floor Amendment 1
Votes Vote History

Actions

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01/04/24
  • introduced in House
  • to Committee on Committees (H)
01/12/24
  • to Judiciary (H)
01/17/24
  • reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute (1)
01/18/24
  • 2nd reading, to Rules
  • floor amendments (1) and (2) filed to Committee Substitute
01/22/24
  • floor amendment (3) filed to Committee Substitute
01/23/24
  • posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Wednesday, January 24, 2024
01/30/24
  • floor amendment (4) filed to Committee Substitute
02/05/24
  • 3rd reading, passed 92-0 with Committee Substitute (1) and Floor Amendment (4)
02/06/24
  • received in Senate
  • to Committee on Committees (S)
02/26/24
  • to Judiciary (S)
02/29/24
  • reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar
03/01/24
  • 2nd reading, to Rules
03/13/24
  • posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Friday, March 15, 2024
03/15/24
  • passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
03/21/24
  • floor amendment (1) filed
  • passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
03/22/24
  • passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
03/25/24
  • passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
03/26/24
  • passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
03/27/24
  • passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
03/28/24
  • passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
04/12/24
  • passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
04/15/24
  • recommitted to Judiciary (S)

Proposed Amendments

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Amendment House Committee Substitute 1
Fiscal Impact Statement Actuarial Analysis to House Committee Substitute 1
Summary Retain original provisions, except provide that criminal misconduct against a spouse may be considered in the disposition of marital property if it was committed within the last five years of the marriage prior to the filing of the petition for dissolution and resulted in a conviction for a violent felony offense.
Index Headings Crime Victims - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony offense against other spouse
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony offense against other spouse
Courts, Family - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony offense against other spouse
Actuarial Analysis - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony offense against other spouse

Amendment House Floor Amendment 1
Sponsor L. Burke
Summary Retain original provisions, except include criminal misconduct that occurs after the filing of the petition for dissolution as a consideration in disposition of marital property.
Index Headings Courts, Family - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony against other spouse after filing
Crime Victims - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony against other spouse after filing
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony against other spouse after filing

Amendment House Floor Amendment 2
Sponsor J. Petrie
Summary Retain original provisions, except provide that the convicted spouse is barred from claiming as marital property a minimum of 25% of any insurance policy acquired during the marriage; authorize the court to exempt any additional amount of life insurance up to 100% depending on the circumstances.
Index Headings Courts - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony offense, limit on insurance
Crime Victims - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony offense, limit on insurance
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony offense, limit on insurance

Amendment House Floor Amendment 3
Sponsor S. Dietz
Summary Retain original provisions, except provide that a spouse convicted of criminal attempt to commit murder against the other spouse is required to be barred from claiming retirement or whole life insurance as marital property.
Index Headings Crime Victims - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, attempted murder
Crime Victims - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, whole life insurance
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, attempted murder
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, whole life insurance
Courts, Family - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, attempted murder
Courts, Family - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, whole life insurance

Amendment House Floor Amendment 4
Sponsor S. Dietz
Summary Retain original provisions, except include criminal misconduct that occurs after the filing of the petition for dissolution as a consideration in disposition of marital property; provide that the spouse who is the victim of a violent felony offense or criminal attempt to commit murder perpetrated by the other spouse shall be entitled to exclude from marital property a minimum of 25% of whole life insurance and 25% of retirement acquired during the marriage; authorize the court to exempt any additional amount of whole life insurance and retirement up to 100% considering the circumstances.
Index Headings Crime Victims - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony against other spouse
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, attempted murder
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, whole life insurance
Courts, Family - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, attempted murder
Courts, Family - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, violent felony against other spouse
Courts, Family - Dissolution of marriage, disposition of assets, whole life insurance

Amendment Senate Floor Amendment 1
Sponsor L. Tichenor
Summary Retain original provisions, except grant the court discretion as to the percentage of retirement or whole life insurance excluded from marital property.
Index Headings Courts, Family - Dissolution of marriage, dispostion of assets, judicial discretion
Crime Victims - Dissolution of marriage, dispostion of assets, judicial discretion
Domestic Relations - Dissolution of marriage, dispostion of assets, judicial discretion

Last updated: 4/19/2024 7:10 PM (EDT)