The term "Waiting periods" in this section deal with the time that the court requires must pass from the time the divorce is filed, and the time that the Judge signs your divorce decree.

Kentucky law provides that no divorce shall issue until the parties have lived “separate and apart” for sixty (60) days. Living separate and apart can mean that the parties share the same domicile, as long as they have no sexual relations between each other during that period of time. Only one spouse need testify as to the facts in the divorce.