Tim Philpot has encountered a virtual assembly line of fractured lives standing before him in his years as a Lexington family court judge, starting in 2004. There, he sees a perpetual cloud of sadness and an awakening to heartache that exists in too many lives.
Before him come agonizing problems that rip at the fabric of this, and other communities—and not easily solvable: drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence and child neglect, and homes and lives harmed by divorce. MORE>>
By Steve Flairty